What’s new on Netflix: the sequel to the controversial Polish erotic film and a new adaptation by Harlan Coben – News Séries

Discover, thanks to AlloCiné, the movies and series that will be released on Netflix between April 22 and 28!

THE ESSENTIAL OF THE WEEK!

The 7 Lives of Lea (03/28): New original French creation, The 7 Lives of Lea It is the adaptation of the novel The 7 Lives of Leo Belami by Nathan Trapp. The series by Charlotte Sanson (screenwriter of Vampires, Hippocrates and How I Became a Superhero) tells how Léa will prevent the death of Ishmael, a teenager who disappeared thirty years earlier, whose skeleton she discovered.

For her research, Léa transports herself to 1991 and wakes up every morning in the body of a different person. She who hated her life will live 7. In the cast of this series we find Raika Hazanavicius, Khalil Gharbia, Théo Fernandez, Marguerite Thiam Donnadieu, Mélanie Doutey and Samuel Benchetrit, among others.

FRIDAY, APRIL 22

Heartstopper: Adapted from the comic strip by Alice Oseman, this initiatory series in a context of love stories and studies tells the endearing relationship between Charlie and Nick, two high school students with a passion for rugby. From friendship to love, there is only one step and Charlie quickly falls for Nick, even if she thinks he doesn’t stand a chance.

Speechless : New adaptation of a work by Harlan Coben on Netflix, this Polish police series follows the consequences of the disappearance of a young man shortly after the death of his friend. This event sows confusion among the inhabitants of a wealthy neighborhood in Warsaw by revealing their secrets and lies.

Taxi driver: This new Korean detective series follows a former Special Forces soldier who avenges victims of injustice by working for a secret organization posing as a taxi company.

SATURDAY APRIL 23

Robert’s Curse: Attention, pediophobes refrain! This British horror film from Andrew Jones centers on a creepy possessed doll that will terrorize Jenny Otto and turn her night job at the East Falls museum into a nightmare.

The Manson Family Massacre: Another British horror movie from the same director Andrew Jones that is inspired by the infamous Manson Family. After moving into the Manson family home, a musician begins to have terrifying visions of the barbaric acts perpetrated by the murderous community.

Jargo (catalogue): This German teen drama follows the crazy adventure of a teenager who left Saudi Arabia for Germany. There he befriends a criminal, is involved in a love triangle and falls into illegality.

SUNDAY, APRIL 24

But you’re crazy (catalog): This French drama starring Céline Sallette and Pio Marmaï should strike a chord with the story of a drug-addicted father whose life is turned upside down when his addiction puts what he holds dearest in jeopardy.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27

365 days to the next day: In this sequel to the Polish erotic film 365 days, which was a hit on the platform and generated controversy for its “glamorization” of rape and kidnapping, Laura and Massimo are back, stronger than ever. But Massimo’s family ties and a mysterious crush on Laura will complicate the couple’s lives.

The Mystery of Marylin Monroe – Untold Conversations: This documentary explores the mystery surrounding the death of film icon Marylin Monroe through exclusive testimonies from her relatives.

Silverton Headquarters: Inspired by true events, this South African social drama tells how three members of an anti-apartheid movement find themselves in poor conditions in a bank after the failure of a sabotage mission.

THURSDAY, APRIL 28

Samurai Rabbit – The Usagi Chronicles: This new animated series for children follows a young rabbit who dreams of being a true samurai. To achieve his wish, he teams up with other warrior friends to protect his city from yokai monsters, ninjas, and evil aliens.

IT’S NOW AVAILABLE AND DON’T MISS IT!

Anatomy of a Scandal: Based on the book of the same name by Sarah Vaughan, anatomy of a scandal is the new creation of David E. Kelley (Big Little Lies, The Undoing), who returns to investigate the dark areas of a marriage through a scandal.

In this miniseries, Sophie’s privileged existence is turned upside down when her husband James Whitehouse, a powerful politician, is the target of shocking revelations and accused of rape. In the cast we find Sienna Miller, Michelle Dockery and Rupert Friend.

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