Glace – Netflix makes us shiver with its new French series

Netflix has been anchoring lovers of suspense for a season as only she knows. After going crazy with the Mindhunter series , Manhunt: Unabomber and Dark (Awesome), he grabs his coat and sends us to the French Pyrenees. There he presents Glace, a 6-episode miniseries dubbed in all languages and completely Online on our streaming platform par excellence. Glace – Tension in the frozen mountains of the French Pyrenees It is clear that Glace is looking for a copy and paste pattern with the Nordic thrillers that have become so fashionable today. They look for that coldness that is masterfully transmitted from photography and that unfortunately is transmitted apart from the script and its performances. We are in a border town in the French Pyrenees. The neighboring country has already shown us that even on Netflix it has a lot to say with its good cinema. Proof of this is the…

Baby: review of the new Italian Netflix series

Baby turns out to be a banal story, forced and full of cliches. Enjoyable at times thanks to the skill of the actors, full of good intentions also in trying to give space to emotion through screenplay and editing, such as close-ups (numerous) and scenes filled only by the soundtrack. The result, however, is a constant chaos, something you look at “just to spend some time”. Baby,  the new Italian TV series by Netflix, is available on the platform from 30 November. The series, directed by Andrea De Sica and written by the collective GRAMS together with Isabella Aguilar and Giacomo Duzzi, is inspired by the Italian chronicle and by the Parioli baby-ringing scandal. So different and so similar Chiara is the classic perfect daughter, soap and water, model student with equally “perfect” friends. Ludovica is his exact opposite, reckless, heedless of the rules, he combines trouble and despised by…

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