New This Week in Theaters, September 8, 2016

 Before I Wake (PG-13)
Opens on Friday, September 9
Starring: Kate Bosworth, Thomas Jane, Annabeth Gish

A young couple adopt an orphaned child whose dreams – and nightmares – manifest physically as he sleeps.

 Sully (PG-13)
Opens on Friday, September 9
Starring: Tom Hanks, Laura Linney, Anna Gunn

The story of Chesley Sullenberger, who became a hero after gliding his plane along the water in the Hudson River, saving all of the airplane flights 155 crew and passengers.

 Kicks (R)
Opens on Friday, September 9
Starring: Jahking Guillory, Christopher Jordan Wallace, Christopher Meyer

Brandon is a 15 year old whose dream is a pair of fresh Air Jordans. Soon after he gets his hands on them, they’re stolen by a local hood, causing Brandon and his two friends go on a dangerous mission through Oakland to retrieve them.

 The Wild Life (PG)
Opens on Friday, September 9
Starring: Ilka Bessin, Dieter Hallervorden, Matthias Schweighofer

A daring parrot recounts how Robinson Crusoe came to be stranded on a tropical island.

 Author: The JT LeRoy Story (R)
Opens on Friday, September 9
Starring: Laura Albert, Bruce Benderson, Dennis Cooper

The story behind literary persona JT LeRoy, the fictional writer created by American author Laura Albert.

 When the Bough Breaks (PG-13)
Opens on Friday, September 9
Starring:  Morris Chestnut, Regina Hall, Romany Malco, Michael Kenneth Williams

A surrogate mom for a couple becomes dangerously obsessed with the soon-to-be father.

 The Disappointments Room (R)
Opens on Friday, September 9
Starring: Kate Beckinsale, Lucas Till, Michaela Conlin, Michael Landes

A mother and her young son release unimaginable horrors from the attic of their rural dream home.

 Other People (NR)
Opens on Friday, September 9
Starring: Jesse Plemons, Zach Woods, Bradley Whitford, Maude Apatow

A struggling comedy writer, fresh off a breakup and in the midst of the worst year of his life, returns to Sacramento to care for his dying mother.

 Cameraperson (NR)
Opens on Friday, September 9
Starring: Kirsten Johnson

Exposing her role behind the camera, Kirsten Johnson reaches into the vast trove of footage she has shot over decades around the world. What emerges is a visually bold memoir and a revelatory interrogation of the power of the camera.

 Dancer (NR)
Opens on Friday, September 9
Starring: Sergei Polunin

Sergei Polunin is a breathtaking ballet talent who questions his existence and his commitment to dance just as he is about to become a legend.

 Come What May (R)
Opens on Friday, September 9
Starring: August Diehl, Olivier Gourmet, Mathilde Seigner, Alice Isaaz

In may 1940, the German troops enter France. Frightened by the progress of the enemy, the people of a small village of Pas-de-Calais decide on the recommendations of the prefecture, to give up everything to go on the road, fleeing to the coast. Among them, there is Paul, the village mayor. He led the group, seeks to maintain a minimum of order and republican spirit in this nomadic life. Mado, his wife, plays music trying to find the fragrance of those that took place in his coffee in the village. Suzanne, a young teacher, goes to meet to choose the least congested route. And she especially supports a small German boy, Max, 8 years old, whose father Hans was arrested after the declaration of war. During the Arras attack, residents are released from prison and abandoned in the deserted city. Hans managed to flee the city, accompanied by a Scottish officer, Percy, whose entire unit died under German bullets. These two will travel together. Hans seeking to recover his son who fled the village, Percy hoping to reach the sea, and find a boat back to England.

 Demon (R)
Opens on Friday, September 9
Starring: Itay Tiran, Agnieszka Zulewska, Andrzej Grabowski, Tomasz Schuchardt

A bridegroom is possessed by an unquiet spirit in the midst of his own wedding celebration, in this clever take on the Jewish legend of the dybbuk.

Synopsis by IMDB.

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