The Fog (US). Dir. Rupert Wainwright, starring Tom Welling and Maggie Grace. Mystery thriller about a seaside town on which a heavy fog sets 100 years after a ship sank off its coast.
E Se Domani (It). Dir. Giovanni La Parola, starring Luca Bizzarri and Paolo Kessisoglu. The stars of Le Iene take the lead in this film about a young man holds up a bank in order to help the woman he loves open a boutique
Just Like Heaven Se Solo Fosse Vero (US). Dir. Mark Waters, starring Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo. Romantic comedy about an architect who falls in love with the ghost of a woman inhabiting his new apartment.
Keeping Mum La Famiglia Omicidi (UK). Dir. Niall Johnson, starring Rowan Atkinson and Kristin Scott Thomas. A vica preoccupied with work fails to notice his family is misbehaving around him.
Running Scared Running (Ge/US). Dir. Wayne Kramer, starring Paul Walker and Cameron Bright. The son of the cleaner responsible for getting rid of the weapons used in mob killings discovers his stash of guns with complicated results.
Sex and Philosophy Sesso e Filosofia (Tajikistan, Fr, Iran). Dir. Mohsen Makhmalbaf, starring Daler Nazarov and Mariam Gaibova. A dance teacher in Tajikistan invites his four lovers to his studio on his birthday in a revolt against himself.
The Wild Uno Zoo in Fuga (US). Dir. Steve Williams. The animals head out into New York city in an attempt to send a lion cub back to his zoo in Africa in this cartoon for kids.
Ti Lascio Perch Ti Amo Troppo (It). Dir. Francesco Ranieri Martinotti, starring Alessandro Siani and Francesco Albanese. A heartbroken Italian meets a beautiful Brazilian in a film about falling in and out of love.
Where The Truth Lies False Verit (Ca). Dir. Atom Egoyan, starring Kevin Bacon and Colin Firth. A journalist tries to get to the bottom of a mystery in which a girl is found dead in the hotel room of a comedy duo.
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Out this week General releases 12-18 April
For cinemas showing the films in English check the daily press.