April arrived and with the new month, several premieres in the streamings. Among comedies and dramas, films and series, fiction and reality, there will be plenty of options to marathon. The biggest highlights of the weekend are for the series “Scream, you’re being filmed”, starring Gaten Matarazzo (Stranger Things), and the films “Mayabazaar 2016” and “The Secrets of Madame Claude”. As usual, Casual selected the top 5 movies and series for you to keep an eye on for the next few days.
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Scream, you’re being filmed (Netflix)
Presented by Gaten Matarazzo (Stranger Things), each episode in this series of scary and hilarious pranks takes two strangers to the biggest scare of their lives. Everything seems normal for the two of them, until their paths cross, and the task of the day turns into a supernatural surprise, “Scream, you’re being filmed” is the most elaborate hidden camera program ever produced.
Stories to Wear (Netflix)
“Stories to Wear” opens the closet to a diverse group of people and tells fascinating stories about the meaning behind the garments. Be it a pair of boots that symbolize survival, a dress that represents recovery or a uniform that reaffirms an identity, the series reveals a lot about people by showing what they most like to wear or wear. Equally fun, tragic and moving, the episodes are organized by theme and are based on interviews, using archival footage and animated sequences to bring the narrative to life.
The Secrets of Madame Claude (Netflix)
In Paris in the 1960s, Madame Claude’s influence extends beyond the world of prostitution, until the arrival of a wealthy young woman threatens to change everything in this French drama.
Mayabazar 2016 (Prime Video)
In this feature, an honest policeman, a swindler and a desperate romantic form an unusual team during the 2016 demonetization days to deliver a coup. A scam that is bigger than the money involved, but things go awry.
Shikara (Prime Video)
Shikara is the untold story of the forced exodus of the Kashmir Pandits. It is the story of resilience in the face of insurmountable adversity. It is also the story of a love that has not been extinguished during 30 years of exile. A timeless love story in the worst of times.