VOD: what are the films not to miss the week of July 17 to 23? Umma, Three times…

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What are the latest VOD releases? The answer in our weekly recap.


Available on VOD July 18, 2022

Amanda is raising her daughter on an American farm. Soon, Amanda’s family, originally from Korea, arrives at her home. Little by little, the anxiety of turning into her own mother worries Amanda…

Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn

Available on VOD July 18, 2022

Emi, a teacher, sees her career and reputation threatened after a sex tape filmed with her husband is released on the internet. Forced to meet the parents of students who demand her dismissal, Emi refuses to give in to their pressure, and then questions the place of obscenity in our societies.

In front of the sea

Available on VOD July 19, 2022

Jana suddenly returns to Beirut after a long absence and reconnects with the familiar but strange life she left behind…


Available on VOD July 19, 2022

Spain, summer. Libertad bursts into the life of 15-year-old Nora and shakes up the usual calm of her family vacation. These two young girls who are opposites then forge a deep friendship that will mark their entry into adolescence.

Three times nothing

Available on VOD July 20, 2022

Brindille, Cap and La Flèche live as best they can, day to day, in the Bois de Vincennes. But their precarious situation should change completely the day they win the Lotto. It is still necessary to be able to collect the money, because without a home, no up-to-date identity card and without a bank account, there is no payment!


Available on VOD July 20, 2022

On the Croatian island where she lives, Julija suffers from her father’s excessive authority. Comfort, she finds it in contact with her mother – and the sea, a refuge whose wealth she explores. The arrival of a rich friend of his father exacerbates tensions within the family. Will Julija succeed in winning her freedom?

who besides us

Available on VOD July 20, 2022

For five years, director Jonás Trueba follows a group of Madrid teenagers and the transformations that punctuate their transition to adulthood. Multifaceted generational portrait, WHO APART US is a collective question addressed to all of us: who are we, who do we want to be?


Available on VOD July 21, 2022

Ever since she was little, Cathy has dreamed of running her own restaurant. But at forty, nothing went as planned and she finds herself forced to accept a job as a canteen in a home for young migrants. Her dream still seems to be slipping away… or not?

I Comet

Available on VOD July 21, 2022

Great holidays in Corsica. Children have fun, teenagers hang out, adults reflect on the future, elders comment on the passage of time. Those who live in the city find those who have never left the village. Families and lifelong friends share this moment suspended in the mountains. But despite the sun and the bursts of laughter, summer does not heal all wounds.

Women Do Cry

Available on VOD July 21, 2022

A wounded stork, a woman in the throes of postnatal depression, a young girl confronted with the stigma of HIV, a mother looking for a little magic in the lunar calendar… Sisters, mothers and daughters confront their fragility and the absurdity of life, as violent protests and gender debates tear their country, Bulgaria, apart. Based on a true story.

My Favorite War

Available on VOD July 21, 2022

In the 1970s, Latvia was a Soviet Socialist Republic. Ilze, the director, tells us about her childhood in the middle of the Cold War, under a powerful authoritarian regime. At first a fervent communist, she somehow sharpens her critical spirit in the face of national indoctrination. But it was adolescence that finally allowed him to conquer true freedom of thought!

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