Our Favorite Stuff Currently on Netflix
There’s nothing for us to watch at the cinemas for most of us at YAM Magazine, unless you’re able to catch Laika’s latest animated film, Missing Link [Trailer], which -of course- you didn’t. For the rest of us, Netflix has been a blessing.
1. The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion (마녀)
A high school girl might have not imagined what lied within her when she tries to recover from her amnesia.
2. Persona (페르소나)
Maybe it’s this decade’s Yu Aoi’s Camouflage.
3. Delhi Crime
Based on the police case file of the infamous Delhi gang rape case that made news around the globe.
4. Dear Ex (誰先愛上他的)
Winner of the Best Actress award at the most recent edition of the Golden Horse Awards (alongside Best Song and Best Editing), Dear Ex follows the life of a woman who discovers her late ex-husband has left his insurance payout for his male lover.
5. The Spy Gone North (공작)
WE LOVE DOLLY. But, like- we also loved Danielle Macdonald AND Maddie Baillio.
Andhadhun wasn’t only one of our favorite Indian movies last year, it was one of our favorite movies, so we’re excited seeing it making money during its release in China, which has catapulted the film’s earnings from about 100cr. ($14M USD) in the Indian market and $1.4M USD from overseas business to a total of 314cr , with a fantastic collection of over 200cr (nearly $30M USD) in nearly two weeks of running.
According to China Box Office data , Andhadhun is looking good to sneak into the Top5 Non-English imports in the country.
The film written and directed by Sriram Raghavan is based on the French short film The Piano Tuner (L’accordeur), which followed a blind piano tuner (in this version played by Ayushmann Khurrana) who is ‘witness’ of a crime. From then on, Raghavan’s script leaps and turns with delicious dark comedy to keeps you at the edge of your seat and cackling.
The film was recently screened at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles in the presence of Raghavan, producer Sanjay Routray, and actress Tabu, who was honored at the event.