Savage X Fenty Show and Richthofen Film: Premieres for the Weekend

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Between suspense and action, documentaries and series, this weekend is full of releases in the services of streaming. On Amazon Prime Video, two premieres, including the movie The Girl Who Killed Her Parents/The Boy Who Killed My Parents, about the murders by Suzane von Richthofen and Daniel Cravinhos, and the presentation Savage X Fenty Show, with direction and production of Rihanna.

I’m on Netflix, the premieres of season 4 of Face People Branca, the horror and suspense miniseries Midnight Mass and the dramatic feature one nest for two.

The Girl Who Killed Her Parents/The Boy Who Killed My Parents (Prime Video)

In 2002, Suzane von Richthofen and Daniel Cravinhos shocked Brazil when they pleaded guilty to the brutal murder of Manfred and Marisia von Richthofen. Throughout the films, the couple’s case and possible motives for committing this atrocity are presented. A real crime drama about one of the most brutal murder cases in the country. Released simultaneously, the two films show each other’s points of view: The Girl Who Killed the Parents is inspired by Daniel’s testimony, and The Boy Who Killed My Parents is based on Suzane’s.

Savage X Fenty Show – volume 3 (Prime Video)

Directed and executive produced by Rihanna, it arrives at Prime Video in its third consecutive year, Savage X Fenty Show, 2021. Featuring a lineup of models, actors, performers and more newcomers in the most current styles of Savage X Fenty, the show full of Stars is a visually stunning and epic event that raises the bar again with special performances from some of the biggest names in music.

Cara Gente Branca – Season 4 (Netflix)

Set in the final year of college in Winchester in the not-too-distant, post-pandemic future, Season 4 of White Guys is an analysis of the most defining (and spectacular) year in the characters’ lives. Combining a 90s-inspired musical with an Afrofuturist look, season 4 of Cara Gente Branca is a must-see farewell, with a perfect premise: sometimes, the only way forward is to look back.

Midnight Mass (Netflix)

Mike Flanagan, the creator of The Curse of the Hill Residence, brings a new project: the Midnight Mass miniseries. The story takes place on an isolated island populated by a small community that already faces some internal divisions and finds itself even more divided with the return of an unfortunate young man (Zach Gilford) and the arrival of a charismatic priest (Hamish Linklater). Shortly after these two events, the inhabitants of Crockett Island begin to witness inexplicable, and apparently miraculous, events that coincide with the coming of Father Paul. But will such religious fervor take its toll?

A Nest for Two (Netflix)

After a terrible loss, Lilly (Melissa McCarthy) enters a battle against a territorial bird to regain control of the garden. This struggle turns out to be an unexpected way to process the grief, find the courage to repair relationships and rediscover the capacity to love.

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