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  There is something for everyone on offer this month as a fantastic selection of brand-new titles join Rakuten TV in June. Films for every occasion will be available with a mixture of dramas, romantic comedies and action thrillers including Nomadland, Capone, The Weight of Gold, My New York Year, Georgetown, The United States vs Billie Holiday (4K HDR), A Cinderella Story: Starstruck, True Mothers, Edge of The World, Flashback, Born A Champion, SAS: Red Notice (4K HDR), Made in Italy (4K HDR), and The War with Grandpa (4K HDR). Joining Rakuten TV's Starzplay section is the much-awaited Godfather of Harlem S2. Plus, Rakuten TV's FREE section adds Haywire, Who We Are, Natural Born Killers, Guess Who and Stonewall.

Awarded three Oscars and set to be the film of the year, director Chloe Zao brings audiences Nomadland starring Frances McDormand. Struck by the 2008 economic crash, Fern (McDormand) is forced to embark on a life on the road, and soon finds a serenity and euphoria in this way of life. With critics calling it McDormand’s performance of a lifetime, it's not one to miss. True Mothers is another tender and compassionate drama that tells the heartfelt story of an adoptive mother who is thrown into crisis when her son's biological mother attempts to blackmail her.

Based on true events comes the untold story of Al Capone (Tom Hardy), America's most notorious gangster. Released early from prison due to the onset of dementia, the FBI keep a watchful eye on "Fonzo" as they investigate a stash of $10 million, he has buried - only he can't remember where. At a change of pace comes My New York Year, telling the true story of Joanna Rakoff's memoir in which she details working for a New York literary agency who represents none other than J.D Sallinger. One for the music lovers, Andra Day excels in The United States vs Billie Holliday, a drama that follows Holiday during her impressive singing career whilst she is targeted with an undercover federal sting operation.

The biographical dramas don’t stop there, as director C. Waltz brings audiences Georgetown, a crime drama based on the 2012 New York Times story of a devious social climber arrested for the murder of his wife. Narrated by Olympic champion and executive producer Michael Phelps comes The Weight of Gold, a title that gives audiences a harsh look into the pressures and severe mental challenges that Olympic athletes suffer.
  Graeme Clark [27 May 2021 at 11:20]
     

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