4+1 diamonds in Ertflix that you need to see before they are downloaded

For some it may not yet become a habit, however a simple “pass” from its free digital platform is always worth it, as there one can find dozens of important series and . See some of the movies-diamonds that are currently available on Ertflix and you must not lose. Suburbicon Although they are stylists of the Suburbicon Community, a suburban community of smiling young families, established in the heart of the United States of America, the Lodge family sees her life changing rapidly when a failed break-in leads to the shocking death of little Nicky Lodge’s mother. An incredible and extremely suspicious series of events, it expends the Lodge home, while the family is sinking deeper and deeper into a web of treason, infidelity and blackmail. After his mother died, young Nicky tries to understand the strange and selfish machinations of adults around him, which threatens his father’s efforts towards a new family order. Starring : Matt Damon, Julian Moore, Josh Brolin, Oscar Isaac, Noah Jupp. Directed by George Clooney. Available up to 28/06. Whiplash / No Measure The 19-year-old Andrew is a talented drummer, and one of the best students in New York’s “Shaffer Conservation”. Stubborn and ambitious, at the limits of arrogance, he makes very big dreams. He wants to make history. He will work hard and gain a place in Terence Fletcher’s orchestra, the notorious jazz conductor, the professor who everyone at the school respects and trembles at the same time. The road to success, however, is paved with blood, tears and sweat. Literally. Starring : Miles Teller, Jay Kay Simmons, Paul Reiser, Melissa Benoist, Austin Stowell, Jason Blair, April Grace. Directed by Damien Sazel. Available until 01/04. We Glorys Journalist, fighter and feminist Gloria Steinem is an indelible image, known for its cosmogenic activism, its guidance to the revolutionary women’s movement and her writing work that has influenced generations and generations. In this non-traditional biographical film, with the background of a lone bus on an open highway, five Glorias watch Steinem’s influential march towards promotion – from the time she lived in India as a young woman, to the founding of Ms. magazine in New York City, and her role in the rise of the women’s rights movement in the 1960s and not only. Starring : Julian Moore, Gloria Steinem, Alicia Vicander, Lulu Wilson, Betty Midler, Janelle Mona, Ryan Kira Armstrong. Directed by Julie Taymore. Available until 07/04. De Gaulle 1940. De Gaulle opposes the proposed truce and forces to continue military action against Hitler’s forces. As the truce is at the gates, De Gaulle flees to Britain, leaving behind his family who will be forced to take the way of refugees. There, allied by Churchill, and in his attempt to encourage millions of his compatriots, he will give a fiery speech to the BBC that will turn him into the symbol of the French Resistance. Starring: Lambert Wilson, Olivier Gurme, Catherine Lasse, Isabel Carret. Directed by Gabriel Le Boman. Available until 04/08. Disclosure Now – Redux The film “Revelation Now” is a rerun of Joseph Conrad’s classic work “The heart of darkness”, which takes place in 1969 during the Vietnam War. The story follows the journey of a captain of Benjamin Willard of special forces within Vietnam’s violent combat zones, on a secret mission to assassinate a field commander called Kurtz, who has established a ruthless dictatorship. As Willard travels through the insanity and absurdity of American involvement in the war, he is increasingly attracted to the jungle itself, its primal mystagogy and its enormous power… Starring : Marlon Brando, Robert Dival, Martin Sin, Frederick Forest, Lawrence Fisburn, Dennis Hopper. Directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Available until 06/04. See here the list of all.