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Cinemaworld’s Sunday-See-The-World

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Wednesday, 30 April 2014 - Last Updated on May 3, 2014
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International movie channel CinemaWorld is all about what’s fresh, different and unique. The channel offers movies from all over the world – from Argentina, to France, to Iran. Box-office hits and award-winning films that are not released in local theaters are accessible on CinemaWorld for Filipino TV viewers.

Sunday-See-The-World anchored on every Sunday, at 9:00 PM, premieres the best and the latest films from around the world. Viewers are guaranteed of Exclusive box-office hits, award winners or critically acclaimed movies First-Time on Asian television.

This month, be entertained by box office winners from Sweden, Italy and Iran on Sunday-See-The-World.

Love proves to surpass all things in 2013 Swedish award-winner and box office success, Nobody Owns Me. Swedish thespian Mikael Presbrandt, who starred in 2010 Oscar-winner In a Better World and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, took home the Best Actor Award at the Guldbagge Awards 2014, for his role as a divorced and alcoholic father. Based on true events, Hasse battles with his addictions threatening to push him away from the one person that loves him – Lisa, his daughter. Capturing the social and political environment of the 1970s in Sweden, Nobody Owns Me paints a picture not only of alcoholism, but also of the era’s fading working class ideals. With a narrative which is split into three distinct time periods in Lisa’s life, the film tells the story of a child’s undisputed love and loyalty to a father who continually fails to live up to his responsibilities despite his best efforts. Nobody Owns Me airs first on CinemaWorld on May 18, at 9:00 PM.

Tommy (Small)

Fresh from its theatrical release on March 14, Tommy tells the story of one of the greatest heists in the history of Sweden. Estelle (played by Moa Gammel) finds herself on the run away from Stockholm with her bank robber husband, Tommy, and their daughter. A year after, Estelle makes her way back to seek out her husband’s former cronies to demand his share of the loot. This sends Stockholm’s underworld on a frenzy. Starring Ola Rapace (Skyfall) and, in her debut performance, popular Swedish singer and songwriter Lykke Li, Tommy will premiere on CinemaWorld on May 4, at 9:00 PM.

A Flat For Three (3) (Small)

One of Italy’s most popular contemporary filmmakers Carlo Verdone returns to the big screen with A Flat for Three, a star-studded comedy about three divorced men who decide to share an apartment together in Rome. All three are drifting towards uncertain futures while still stuck in unresolved pasts. These housemates may not know how to solve their own problems, but each is full of ideas about how to help the other two. This 2012 Italian box office hit premieres on May 11, at 9:00 PM.

Superstar is an Iranian comedy about an egotistical movie star who begins to see the error of his ways after a young girl claims to be his long lost daughter. Award-winning Iranian actor Shahab Hosseini (Best Actor, Berlin International Film Festival 2011) plays movie star Kurosh Zand. He was also seen in acclaimed director Asghar Farhadi’s About Elly and Oscar-winner A Separation. Superstar premieres on May 25, at 9:00 PM.

Not only does CinemaWorld offer strong Swedish movies but the channel also brings gripping Swedish Crime Thriller series.

CinemaWorld premieres the next two episodes of Irene Huss, Swedish Crime Thriller series, co-produced by the company behind the highly successful film adaptation of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, on Thriller Fridays, May 9 and May 23, both at 9:00 PM.

To know more about CinemaWorld, log on to www.facebook.com/CinemaWorldAsia, follow @CinemaWorldAsia, or visit cinemaworld.asia.

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