Teens and children give each other the word to make their voices heard in the face of recalcitrant parents and adults. The revolution is roaring (nicely) on the side of feature films.
Moxie, Amy Poehler’s new film, is aimed at the young generation, determined not to let it be told and to mobilize against a society with worn-out reflexes. Her little manual for beginner feminists should hit the mark. It will be available from 3/03.
Much more schoolboy, Yes Day pits Jennifer Garner against her rather restless offspring who accuses their parents of not being at all “cool”. They therefore urge them to adopt a new tradition: the day of “yes” during which they must comply with all the requests of their children. A family comedy which should make the former smile a lot, much less the latter. To discover the 12/03.
The platform continues to expand its offering of classic films and / or more recent hits with The Tavernier collection which is enriched by five films: The watchmaker of Saint-Paul, Let the party begin, The judge and the murderer, Wipe of the cloth and Life and nothing else. From the 1is mars always, we can also (re) discover The Freedmen by Martin Scorsese (1990).
On the other hand, it will be necessary to wait until 4/03 to find Timothée Chalamet in the formidable success Call me by your name.
Side series, the harvest is poor this month, a sign that the effects of the pandemic are being felt in terms of production delays. Three exciting novelties will undoubtedly find their audience.
Caid, French mini-series, available from 10/03, will tell the story of a director and his cameraman, sent to shoot a rap clip in the heart of the cities of southern France. They find themselves embroiled in a gang war in spite of themselves. Adapted from a feature film crowned best film at the Cognac Polar Festival in 2017, the series was imagined by the same duo of creator-directors, Ange Basterga and Nicolas Lopez.
Sky Red will be broadcast worldwide from 19/03. This is the highly anticipated new series from Álex Pina and Esther Martínez Lobato, creators of The Money Heist. She tells about the escape of Coral, Wendy and Gina who try to flee Moisés and Christian, henchmen of Romeo, pimp and owner of the Las Novias club. A run under high tension which aligns all the sulphurous ingredients to make talk about it.
After the film Enola Holmes, Netflix continues to ride the success of Sherlock and his faithful Watson. With Baker Street Irregulars Available from 26/03, the tone wants to be darker and suspicious even towards the supernatural. Eight street children, rather sleuths, appeared in the work of Arthur Conan Doyle, are launched in the footsteps of notorious criminals in the eight episodes shaped by Tom Bidwell.
It is a documentary that caused a sensation when it was broadcast on Arte. Because of the sensitivity of its director and the fragile and disturbing determination of its main protagonist, a child of barely seven years old, determined to live her life as a little girl despite the denial of nature and the hurtful or mocking looks. Thanks to Netflix, Little girl will be able to sensitize a wider audience, from the 15/03, and that’s good news for a more inclusive society.
Finally, food has always been at the heart of Michelle Obama’s concerns during the two terms of her husband Barack. Continuing her fight for children to eat and move better, the former First Lady partners with two new characters Wafer and Mochi, hero of a documentary series during which a culinary world tour is offered to children and their parents. Enough to put new images, flavors and recipes in their heads. To discover from 16/03.