The Angel of Death on Netflix
the angel of death netflix
Charlie Cullen received the name of ‘Angel of Death’ justly. In 2003, it was revealed that this timid nurse, who was well thought of by his colleagues, had cold-bloodedly murdered 400 patients by administering lethal doses of drugs. It was a true story too chilling to pass up in this era of true crime on television fiction. Based on the book Charles Graeber with the same name and with Tobias Lindholm (screenwriter of Another round) at the address, Netflix pack this actual case with Eddie Redmayne (The Danish Girl) in the skin of the deadly nurse and Jessica Chastain in that of the companion who discovered it. Eye, what Noah Emmerich (The Americans) plays detective.
Barbarian, on Disney +
‘Barbarian’Disney Without a known cast, almost without promotion and with a rather classic premise (house of terror but version Airbnb), barbarian has managed to reach Disney+ with a certain hype: that of being the movie that is going to scare you the most this year, that of being the covered up the horror vintage of 2022.Whoever writes this has had to break his most fearful barriers to see if he deserves the label or not. And the answer is: Beware fearful, it deserves it. And furthermore, with its groundbreaking structure and sense of humor, it is a twist on the horror film we are used to.
La vie (by Louis Armstrong) in rose
Louis Armstrong Black & Blues on Apple TV+
Louis Armstrong Black & BluesNetflix There are few documentary beginnings more elegant than that of Louis Armstrong Black & Blues. It is Orson Welles who, taking advantage of a television interview, introduces us to the father of jazz. Immediately, we listen to the magnificent legacy of his voice and his trumpet. With a huge archive material accompanied by audio interviews of the most important musicians and their closest family and friends, the documentary of Sasha Jenkins is a stylish look at the life of this genius who, despite making history, never wanted to leave his home in Queens.
The best Spanish classes
Language Lessons, in Movistar Plus +
Language LessonsFestival Films In full confinement, Mark Duplass and her friend Natalie Morales (Parks and Recreation) they set out to write and direct a movie. They did it without leaving home, with what they had: their computers, their webcams and their Zoom video calls. Language Lessons, Duplass receive as a gift 1000 euros in online Spanish classes. After a sudden tragedy, his teacher (Morales) becomes a friend and confidante. The story of her friendship is always told in a fixed shot, his or hers, with what Duplass shows once again that it is possible to make movies with few resources and good ideas.Do you want to receive the best movie and series recommendations every Friday in your email? Sign up for our Newsletter.