DISCOVER DIFFERENT KINDS OF LOVE ONLY ON CINEMAWORLD
There are many different kinds of love – love of family, love between strangers, love of country, and love between opposing sides. This February, CinemaWorld explores them all with fresh, unique and different films from all over the world.
CinemaWorld is an international movie channel that offers a diversity of movies that no other channel offers. From Romance, to Comedy, to Action, to Horror, CinemaWorld presents a wide range for its viewers across the region. Only the good, the outstanding are selected to add the world to your movie viewing.
CinemaWorld celebrates the day of love with Romance movies every 9:00 PM from February 9 until February 15.
Looking for your other half is no easy feat, but you can find the humor and adventure in it with these two films. A Midsummer of Love, premiering February 9 at 9:00 PM, begins with Göran trying to recover from a breakup. Refusing to compromise with love or settle down without the perfect girl, he finds himself on a trip to a Swedish archipelago to join a Midsummer party at the height of summer, where romance just might be in store. Meanwhile, the bittersweet Italian for Beginners shows how the lives of six insecure, single and vulnerable people cross together in one bleak Copenhagen winter when they all sign up for an evening Italian class. With different stories and personalities, see how they find love with each other in an authentic Italian way on February 15 at 9:00 PM.
Catch the multi-award winning Bon Appétit on February 10, UK movie City Slacker on February 11, 2012 German Box Office Hit Freshly Squeezed on February 12, Lessons In Chocolate, starring Italian star Luca Argentero, on February 13, and 2013 German Film of the Year Turkish For Beginners on February 14, all at 9:00 PM.
Explore how loyalty and passion come together. This month, continue the journey of love with Palestinian Drama When I Saw You, German Thriller An Enemy To Die For, and Croatian Comedy Will Not Stop There.
Palestine’s 2013 Oscar Entry for Foreign Language Film, When I Saw You, opens the month with its vision of family life in a 1960s refugee camp. Tarek, together with his mother Ghaydaa, both Palestinian refugees, wait to reunite with his father in a Jordanian camp. Despite their dour circumstances, the boy sees only beauty and hope. Eventually his free spirit and curious nature leads him to a group of people on a journey that will change their lives. This film, dubbed as “cinematic poetry” by the Huffington Post, premieres on February 2 at 9:00 PM.
Citizens have different ways of expressing love and loyalty for their country. In An Enemy to Die For, a team of geologists search for evidence proving that the earth was once a single continent. But when World War II breaks out shortly into their research mission, German expedition leader Friedrich, his assistant Leni, two English scientists Martin and Terrance, Swedish scientist Gustav, a Norwegian captain and a Russian crew are forced to take sides. After working in a relaxed atmosphere, some follow their government’s orders, while others have their own secret agenda. Catch Tom Burke, who also stars in Only God Forgives with Ryan Gosling, and The Libertine with Johnny Depp, play Terrance in this Thriller on February 16, at 9:00 PM.
Who would have thought that you could fall in love with someone who may well have been, at some point in time, your worst enemy? Certainly not Croatian war veteran Martin, who finds himself deeply in love with a beautiful Siberian prostitute. For her to be with him, Martin must buy her from her pimp. Comedic movie Will Not Stop There, which received the FIPRESCI (Fédération Internationale de la Presse Cinématographique) Prize at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in 2009, premieres on February 23, at 9:00 PM.
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