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Black eyes on the + channel
Published March 16th, Asa Maïga takes us on the road in a documentary in search of inclusive initiatives for more diversity in cinema; A unique experience that challenges the viewer to the issue of acting, stereotypes, or the glass ceiling in cinema, and instills a strong desire to participate in changing the imagination and our entire society.
The Quarry sur Canal +
A mysterious pastor resides in a dilapidated church in a desolate town in Texas. Although he attracts many doubts, the number of his followers is increasing every day. However, one wonders how long he will be able to keep his secrets and whom we can forgive when the truth is revealed.
A film to discover from March 17th thanks to Première. Launched in October 2020, CANAL + PREMIÈRE raises the veil every month in a film that has never before been shown in France.
Summer 85 on Channel +
After numerous Cesar nominations, Eté 85 will be shown online on Tuesday, March 16th on Canal +. Le Film tells the story In the 1980s, 16-year-old Alex met 18-year-old David while spending the summer at his home in Normandy. Between the two is born a short but loud love story, based on a covenant made from the birth of their feelings: as soon as one of them dies, the other will dance on his grave.
Varsity Blues: The College Admission Scandal on Netflix
The investigation goes beyond the headline-grabbing star names to concern Brick Singer, the man at the heart of the massive 2019 university admission scandal, and researches the methods he used to convince his wealthy clients to actually cheat an education system. Designed to benefit the richest students. Using an innovative montage that brings together interviews and conversations between Rick Singer and his clients, rewritten from FBI tunes, “Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal” presents an exclusive portrayal of a mysterious character. The documentary takes a look at an issue that revealed just how much wealthy families were willing to go to secure the admission of their children to prestigious universities, angering a country it was already struggling to confront. Written by Chris Smith and John Carmen, directors of “FYRE: The Best Festival That Ever Happened,” with Matthew Modine as Rick Singer.
A movie to discover on March 17th.
Professor and Crazy Sur OCS
Collaboration between a Scottish philologist and a trained military physician in a psychiatric hospital, which led to the creation of the Oxford English Dictionary.
The film can be seen on OCS from March 17th.
Two cops about Goats on Netflix
On March 18, Netflix will air the online Brazilian comedy “Two Cops for a Goat” which tells the story of Brucelles (Edmilson Filho), a countryside policeman who goes to Sao Paulo to save Celestina, a goat treasure in his small town from Origin. Then he meets Trindade (Matheus Nachtergaele), a police officer who decides to enter the field even though it is not his prerogative. The Brazilian-style police comedy, “Deux copics pour une bique” follows characters with opposing characters who join forces to solve a crime and fight a criminal, while developing a special friendship.
The Gentlemen sur Canal +
On March 19, British Comedy arrives on Canal +.
In addition to Aladdin’s live action, 2019 featured Guy Ritchie with a making Gentlemen. The gangster king returns here to his first love with an explosive gangster thriller, in which a drug lord played by Matthew McConaughey ignites fire and blood in London, starring Charlie Hunnam, Michael Dockery, Jeremy Strong, Colin Farrell, and even Hugh Grant.
Shortcut in time on Disney +
Like most college kids, Meg Murry lacks confidence and tries to find her place. So smart (her parents are world-famous scientists), she has – just like her little brother Charles Wallace – a rare gift that she hasn’t taken advantage of yet. His father’s unexplained disappearance will result in him meeting three guides – Mrs. Quaidam, Mrs. Coy and Mrs. Quibroko – who have come to Earth to help him find him. Accompanied by a fellow classmate, Calvin, as they search for a shortcut to spacetime, leads them to unexpected worlds ruled by an evil character.
Ava DuVernay arrives at Disney on March 19.
“Food trailblazer. Passionate troublemaker. Coffee fanatic. General analyst. Certified creator. Lifelong music expert. Alcohol specialist.”