This week, Prime Video offers its subscribers the opportunity to discover three totally different films: Hawa by Maïmouna Doucouré, the very romantic Something from Tiffany’s or one of the cult films by the brilliant Denis Villeneuve.
Hawa, a 15-year-old girl, lives alone with her grandmother. But when she falls seriously ill, she hatches a plan: to be adopted by someone she admires more than anything, one of the most powerful women in the world. During her quest, she meets several personalities who allow her to get closer to her incredible dream…
Fortunately, in its tedious odyssey, Hawa will be able to count on the support of benevolent characters, embodied by a cast as brilliant as it is eclectic: the singers Oumou Sangaré and Yseult, the astronaut Thomas Pesquet… and Michelle Obama, as a guest star?
After Mignonnes, crowned with several awards in 2020, Maimouna Doucouré returns with Hawa on Prime Video. And if her new heroine is very different from Aminata, that of Mignonnes, their stories are charged with the same themes dear to the screenwriter/director: the emancipation of young girls in search of models in their development.
Let’s prolong the dream with the very romantic Something from Tiffany’s. After Your Christmas or Mine on December 2, Prime Video continues to expand its repertoire of romantic comedies!
As the magic of Christmas settles in New York and the snow covers the grass of Central Park with its white coat, the lives of two couples find themselves turned upside down by a small box from Tiffany’s… and by the ring of engagement that it contains!
Misunderstandings in waterfalls, twists of fate and true love in the heart of Manhattan: everything is there to seduce lovers of romantic comedies. With the approach of the end of year celebrations, they can be reassured, because Prime Video has not finished spoiling them. From next week, they will be able to discover the seductive About Fate.
Change of atmosphere with the superb Sicario, by the highly acclaimed Denis Villeneuve (Premier Contact, Blade Runner: 2049, Dune). Carried by Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro, this high-tension thriller promises to shake up your gray December weekend.
The story is that of Kate, an idealistic young recruit of the FBI, hired to fight against drug trafficking carried out at the border of the United States and Mexico. But wouldn’t this experience be too intense for the young woman?
This week on Prime Video
Friday, December 9:
Something from Tiffany’s
Celebrity Hunted, season 2 (part 2)
Wednesday, December 14:
Waly Dia: together or nothing
Thursday, December 15: