Netflix: what movies and series to watch this week (February 26 to March 4)?  - Cinema News

Thanks to AlloCiné, discover the films and series that will be released on Netflix between February 26 and March 4.

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26

Crazy of you : After spending a crazy night with Carla, Adri realizes that the only way for him to see her again is to be interned at the psychiatric clinic where she resides.

Mira, the train girl: A disturbed young divorcee becomes fixated on a seemingly ideal couple, until a shocking discovery plunges her into an inextricable murder case. Indian remake of The Train Girl.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27

A love so beautiful season 1: A teenager discovers that love is not always easy when her relationship with her neighbor evolves as they become adults.

MONDAY, MARCH 1

Kingdom season 2 (catalog): During the Warring States period, the young orphan Shin pledged to help King Zheng of Qin unify China and became a general himself.

Attack on Titan (catalog): Season 3 part 1 is online.

Les Affranchis (catalog): This award-winning Martin Scorsese classic returns to Netflix.

Biggie – I Got a Story to Tell: Thanks to rare images and in-depth interviews, this documentary illustrates the life of The Notorious BIG, a little New York thug who became king of rap.

Dishcloth (catalog): This black detective comedy by Bernard Tavernier adapts Jim Thompson’s novel 1275 souls to the screen. Philippe Noiret and Isabelle Huppert are wonderful there.

Life and nothing else (catalog): Philippe Noiret finds his favorite director in this war film not to be missed.

The price of success (catalog): Tahar Rahim slips into the shoes of a rising comedian in this comedy released in 2017.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3

Moxie: Inspired by the rebellious past of her mother and a new friend, a shy 16-year-old teenager publishes an anonymous magazine denouncing sexism in her school.

Betrayal Among Mormons – The Counterfeiter Assassin: In this extraordinarily true criminal story, the high-risk scam of a methodical mastermind proves fatal, and strikes at the heart of an international Church.

Lady Bird (catalog) : A learning story carried by Saoirse Ronan (awarded with a Golden Globe) and directed by Greta Gerwig.

THURSDAY, MARCH 4

Call me by your name (catalog): This adaptation of André Aciman’s novel has been acclaimed by critics and spectators. Timothée Chalamet was nominated for the Oscar for Best Actor for this role.

Pacific Rim The Black: In an Australia ravaged by the Kaijus, two teenagers search for their parents aboard a jaeger, encountering many more or less sordid characters and creatures.

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