2020 was a more than particular year, crossed by the coronavirus pandemic. But there are still chances that you can enjoy a little in recent months, with the new releases that are missing from streaming platforms.
“The Crown” (It premieres on November 15 at Netflix): One of the most famous series on the platform is going to be talked about, as the story will focus on controversial women in the history of England: the Princess of Wales, Lady Di and the Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. The story will take place in the 80s, where the relationship between Diana and the Prince carlos it was center stage.
“El Cid” (Still no confirmed release date, Amazon Prime Video): It is based on the poetic work about El Cid Campeador and Jaime Llorente – Denver and “The Paper House” – will be the actor who will give life to the protagonist. It is the story of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, a Castilian military leader who came to dominate the Levant of the Iberian Peninsula at the end of the 11th century.
“Carmel: Who killed María Marta?” (It premieres on November 5 on Netflix): After the success and controversy caused by the documentary about Alberto Nisman, Netflix returns to the fray with issues that impacted Argentine public opinion. Without a doubt, the murder of María Marta García Belsunce is one of the best-known unsolved cases in the police history of our country. In the documentary, all her relatives are interviewed, including her husband Carlos Carrascosa, who spent several years in custody for the crime, prosecutor Diego Molina Pico and his sister Irene Hurtig. The docuseries has 4 episodes of 47 minutes each.
“Industry” (It premieres on November 9 at HBO): A group of young people are going to compete with each other to become part of an investment bank in London. Meritocracy is the central theme of the series and the participants of the competition will be traversed by class privileges and conflicts related to gender violence.