Veerappan – South Indian movie based on the real-life Indian bandit Veerappan and the events leading to Operation Cocoon, a mission to seize and kill him. Rustom – Bollywood movie loosely primarily based on the actual life incident of Naval Officer K.M. Nanavati and businessman Prem Ahuja. Neerja – Bollywood biographical thriller movie primarily based on hijacking of Pan Am Flight 73 and life sacrifice of flight attendant Neerja Bhanot in the course of the occasion.
Chaar Sahibzaade – Punjabi language Indian 3D laptop-animated historic movie based mostly on the sacrifices of the sons of tenth Sikh guru Guru Gobind Singh-Sahibzada Ajit Singh, Jujhar Singh, Zorawar Singh and Fateh Singh. A Murder Beside Yanhe River – Chinese historic movie based on the murder case of Huang Kegong, who was a basic of the Chinese Workers’ and Peasants’ Red Army. Lovelace – the story of Linda Lovelace, who’s used and abused by the porn business at the behest of her coercive husband, before taking control of her life. Gibraltar – French movie about the story of Marc Fievet, an informant who served French customs in October 1987, by which he finds himself in the center of huge drug visitors in Gibraltar, Spain.
Attahasa – Kannada biopic movie based on the infamous forest brigand Veerappan. The Attacks of 26/eleven – primarily based on the 2008 Mumbai assaults. Shadow Dancer – primarily based on the novel of the identical name by Tom Bradby on an IRA member turned MI5 Informant. Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom – the film was mentioned to be primarily based on a real-life incident that occurred in the life of cinematographer C. Prem Kumar, described as a humorous tale a few young man who forgets a few days of his life at the same time as he’s about to get married.
Jungle – This (circa 1981) true story of Yossi Ghinsberg surviving being lost in the Bolivian Jungle. Bitter Harvest – a romantic-motion drama film based mostly in Soviet Ukraine within the early Nineteen Thirties. The Age of Pioneers – Russian historic drama movie about cosmonaut Alexei Leonov, the first human to perform a spacewalk.
Raspoutine – Franco-Russian historical movie concerning the last 12 months of the lifetime of one of the most enigmatic figures of Russian history of the twentieth century – Grigori Rasputin. My Week with Marilyn – British-American drama film directed by Simon Curtis. It depicts the making of the 1957 movie The Prince and the Showgirl, which starred Marilyn Monroe (Michelle Williams) and Laurence Oliver (Kenneth Branagh).
The film focuses on the week during the shooting of the 1957 movie when Monroe was escorted around London by Colin Clark (Eddie Redmayne), after her husband Arthur Miller (Dougray Scott) had returned to the United States. Free Man – French struggle film which recounts the largely untold story concerning the function that Algerian and different North African Muslims in Paris performed in the French resistance and as rescuers of Jews through the German occupation ( ). The Way Back – true story of seven men who escape from jail in Siberia (after being held by Stalin), then stroll via the Gobi Desert, Himalayas and all the way in which to Sikkim, India. The Social Network – based on the creation and lawsuits of Facebook. Once Upon a Time in Mumbai – Indian Hindi-language gangster film loosely primarily based on the lives of Mumbai underworld gangsters Haji Mastan and Dawood Ibrahim.
The Stanford Prison Experiment – based mostly on the Stanford jail experiment in which college students played the function of a prisoner or a prison guard, conducted at Stanford University beneath supervision of psychology professor Philip Zimbardo in 1971. Joy – American biographical comedy-drama about a struggling single mother of three children, Joy Mangano, who invented the Miracle Mop and is the President of Ingenious Designs, LLC. Captive – American crime-drama thriller primarily based on the non-fiction book An Unlikely Angel by Ashley Smith about Brian Nichols, who escaped from the Fulton County courthouse in Atlanta on eleven March 2005 and held Smith as a hostage. United Passions – English-language French drama movie concerning the origins of FIFA, starring Tim Roth as Sepp Blatter. Heaven Is for Real – based on the e-book of the identical name; 4-yr-old Colton stories seeing visions of Heaven during emergency surgery.
Kon-Tiki – The film is the dramatized story of Thor Heyerdahl and his Kon-Tiki expedition of 1947. For Greater Glory (a.k.a. Cristiada) – historical struggle drama based mostly on the Mexican Catholic counter-revolution of the 1920s. Compliance – based on the strip search prank call rip-off. Blue Eyed Butcher – primarily based on Susan Wright stabbing her husband numerous times in 2003. Big Miracle – true story based mostly on Operation Breakthrough in 1988.