A new month begins and Netflix renews its catalog of series and movies. While Martin Scorsese's film is the undoubted jewel in the crown of the streaming service in November, there are also a variety of productions for all tastes and ages.
Seventh art lovers will of course have "The Irishman" on November 27. The film, directed by Scorsese and with the performance of Hollywood giants such as Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci, has been loved by critics and described as one of the best of the legendary director.
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Those who cannot wait that long will have, on November 1, enjoy "Gandhi" (1982), a film about the life of the leader of the Indian independence movement against the British Raj. The film, starring Ben Kingsley and directed by Richard Attenborough, razed the Oscars that year, taking 8 statuettes, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Leading Actor.
Other films to pay attention to are the Italian film "Euphoria" and the thriller starring Samuel L Jackson "Neighbors in sight", both on November 1, the award-winning Senegalese film "Atlantique" on November 29 and the film Christmas animation "The Legend of Klaus" on November 15.
November will be a month of celebration for the good series with the arrival of the third season of "The Crown" on November 17. The series that tells a dramatized version of the life of Queen Elizabeth II enters another stage in which she will be starring Oscar winner Olivia Colman. Safety pin.
We also recommend paying attention to "American Son" on November 1, the second season of "The End of the F *** ing World" on November 5, the French supernatural series "Mortel" on November 21, the second season from "High Seas" on November 22 and the new comedy "Merry Happy Whatever" starring Dennis Quaid on November 28.
Netflix has also renewed its documentary catalog. We can highlight "Paradise on fire" about the fire in California in 2018 (November 1), "Maradona in Sinaloa" on November 13 and the third season of "The Toy That Made Us" on November 15.
Finally the youngest (and the young at heart) have enough options to choose from as the movie "The Muppets in New York" on November 1, the fourth season of "She-Ra and the princesses of power" on November 5, “Green eggs with ham” on November 8, the second season of “Llama Llama” on November 15, the third season of the “Prince of Dragons” on November 22 and the movie “Arctic Justice: Thunder Squad” November 29