APOLLO 10 1/2: A SPATIAL CHILDHOOD
An animated production by Richard Linklater, director of Houston, Texas, who returns to the genre with a self-referential production inspired by his childhood. It is already available on the platform.
Netflix’s description of Apolo 10 1/2 reveals the following: “A man shares his life as a 10-year-old in 1969 Houston, weaving stories of nostalgia with a fantasy story of a trip to the moon.”
This coming of age that celebrates music and how it is linked to the most genuine friendship focuses, according to Netflix, “on two misfit teens”, Hunter and Kevin, and on the “road to glory” starting to travel. looking to earn a place among the great heavy metal bands.
The diverse group must deal with school, parents, hormones, and teenage angst as they try to get along long enough for Skullf * cker to win the Battle of the Bands., Which debuts April 8. .
BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH
A feature film that combines romance and tragedy, centered on Tessa (Joey King, recognized for her role in The Kissing Booth), a teenager who sees a radical change in her relationship with Skylar (Kyle Allen, star of The Map of Moments perfect ) following a tragic accident.
The feature was directed by Arie Posin with a screenplay by Marc Klein and will be available from 8 April.
YAKSHA: HAPPY OPERATIONS
The problems in this take on the action genre begin when “a respectable prosecutor visiting a dangerous city examines an undercover team and their notorious leader.”
In this film written and directed by Na Hyeon, an investigation leads the protagonist into a deadly war between spies in which everyone has a lot to hide. Premiere on April 8.
CHOOSE OR DIE
Kayla, a character played by Iola Evans, faces money problems and decides to join an 80s video game in which she will compete for $ 100,000. But in accepting the challenge, she was unaware that any challenge would put her own life at risk.
This production, which also features Asa Butterfield, best known for her role in the Sex Education series, will debut on April 15.
Written and directed by Sofia Álvarez, this month comes the long-awaited adaptation of Let Yourself Go, Sarah Dessen’s popular young adult novel. Hardworking student Auden (Emma Pasarow) meets Eli (Belmont Cameli) the summer before she starts college and is offered to free herself from her shackles to live her life more relaxed.
Although the pressures the teenager has for her college studies don’t allow her to clear her head easily, falling in love with Eli will help her change her lifestyle. It uploads to Netflix on April 22nd. .
Series premiered on Netflix in April
The Spanish production led by Carlos Montero and Darío Madrona premiered its first season in 2018 and now comes with its fifth installment to try and maintain its success.
“A new semester brings a new victim, a new executioner and a new mystery; while students drown in secrets”, anticipate this version from Netflix which will arrive on April 8.
Sebastián Wainraich and Hernán Guerchuny have earned a good spot in the Netflix catalog with this production which premiered in May 2020, while in prison due to the pandemic.
A fiction that addresses the conflicts and emotional breakdowns that Sebastián’s character faces during his adult life and that for its second episode will tell how the comedian deals with the feelings generated by his ex-wife Pilar, pregnant with twins from her new partner. Available from April 13th.
ANATOMY OF A SCANDAL
Big Little Lies and Nine Perfect Strangers creator David E. Kelley, along with Melissa James Gibson, have come up with a new fiction for the streaming platform, based on Sarah Vaughan’s novel of the same name.
“The privileged life of Sophie, the wife of a powerful politician, changes course when a scandal is exposed and her husband is accused of a crime,” Netflix said of this series which will arrive on April 15.
BETTER CALL SAUL
The series that began as a spin-off of Breaking Bad has earned a prominent place among the history favorites of lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), and has even been cataloged by many as better than its predecessor.
The concrete thing is that, starting from April 19, you will be able to see the initial episode of the first part of the series finale conceived by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. Meanwhile, the second part will premiere on 11 July.
In this comedy created in 2019 by Natasha Lyonne, Leslye Headland and Amy Poehler, actress Orange is the New Black plays Nadia, a woman who creates video games and who always dies on her birthday. She finds several points in common with Alan (Charlie Barnett), her partner when it comes to deciphering her particular reality of her.
On the second season of this series, available from April 20, Netflix teases: “After facing the stormiest night of their lives over and over again, Nadia and Alan fall into another amazing existential adventure.”
Based on the graphic novel by Alice Oseman, Heartstopper tells how Charlie (Joe Locke), a diligent student, and Nick (Kit Connor), a lover of rugby, fall in love but are afraid to confess, not only to each other but afterwards. to all the people around them.
This love story that has been well received by the entire queer community will be available on April 22nd.
The fourth season of this thriller conceived by Bill Dubuque and Mark Williams in 2017 marks the end of the series and has been split into two parts, with the premiere premiered in January.
The story of Marty Byrde, a financial advisor who ends up laundering money for a drug cartel in Mexico, and that of his entire family will be resolved with the dramatic impact characteristic of this fiction. Premiere on April 29.