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Also this week the Amazon Prime catalog is enriched with new titles, including original and non-original productions. Between July 23 and July 25 there will be three new releases not to be missed. Let’s find out which ones.
Also for Amazon Prime Video the month of July was filled with new releases. These include three new films available from next week: Jolt, an Amazon Prime Video original production, from July 23rd and Romans: Demons Of The Past and The Man on the Train from July 22nd and 25th.
Let’s see together the plots of the new titles that will be released next week on the streaming platform.
Original productions: the new releases
Among the original Amazon Prime productions we find the film Jolt, out on July 23 on the streaming platform.
Jolt tells the story of Linda, who suffers from a rare neurological disorder that leads her to have a murderous fit that she manages to keep under control only by giving herself electric shocks.
The protagonist falls in love with a man, who is murdered shortly after their meeting. Linda will be the prime suspect in the murder, due to her pathology, but she will be the one to go after the culprit to prove his innocence.
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Non-original productions: the new releases
As for the non-original productions, we find Romans: Demons of the Past from 22 July starring Orlando Bloom, who plays a man who has to deal with his fears caused by a very painful past. In fact, the protagonist was the victim of sexual abuse in adolescence at the hands of the trusted priest of his country.
The thriller The Man on the Train following the story of the employee Michael, who meets a woman while traveling on the train, will be available from 25 July. The unknown woman offers him to play a game: identify a thief who is among the passengers, in exchange he will receive a large sum of money. Soon, the protagonist realizes that he has ended up in a dangerous game, which puts the lives of all passengers at risk.