We forget it a bit quickly but OCS has a nice catalog of independent films. Yes, but some are leaving the OCS Go platform in September. We tell you which ones!
Night Call: two more days to see Jake Gyllenhaal in one of his most sordid roles … but a fascinating role!
Cold in July: You’ve got one week left to watch Michael C. Hall shoot a man who just walked into his house (and no, it’s not Dexter).
The Big Short: While waiting for Adam McKay to return to Netflix with Don’t Look Up, we can always watch this dramatic comedy based on a true story.
Dallas Buyers Club: Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto deliver some pretty incredible performances in this film by Jean-Marc Vallée.
Mud – On the banks of the Mississippi: Matthew McConaughey, again, gives the answer to Reese Witherspoon in this initiatory story by Jeff Nichols.
A Most Violent Year: Before forming a torn couple in Scenes from a Marriage, Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain were already husband and wife in this 2014 film.
Spring Breakers: James Franco sporting the most unlikely look of his career? It necessarily happens in a Harmony Korine film.
12 Years a Slave: Steve McQueen’s Shocking Film is one of those necessary … but grueling films!
99 Homes: Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon are ruthless after the subprime mortgage crisis and are forcefully evicting families from their homes …