In the Fade 15

 1hr 46mins  

A serious contender for emotional rollercoaster of the year (and winner of many awards)...

Dir: Fatih Akin  Ger/Fr  2017  Subtitled  With: Diane Kruger, Denis Moschitto

A serious contender for emotional rollercoaster of the year (and winner of many awards). In The Fade follows the fight for justice of a grieving wife whose husband and son are killed in a terror attack.

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