Two documentary premieres and two fictions for today. The first, starring respectively the UFC fighter Conor McGregorwho reviews his career, and by the former president Barack Obamawho brings us an analysis of the employment situation in the United States.
In the fictions, we move to a California desert city to meet a private investigator and we return to 1988 with the new serial format adaptation of the movie David Cronenbergbased on the novel Twins from 1977.
High Desert (AppleTV+)
Patricia Arquette She gets into the skin of Peggy Newman, a woman who decides to change her life by becoming a private investigator after the death of her mother, with whom she lived in Yucca Balley, a city in the middle of the California desert. Apple TV+ premieres today this comedy created and written by Nancy Fichman, Katie Ford and jennifer hoppe and which has the participation of Matt Dillon, Rupert Friend and Weruche Opiaamong others.
McGregor Forever (Netflix)
Known for his brutal beatings and cockiness, Conor McGregor He has managed to become one of the most admired fighters in the UFC. He made his debut as an amateur fighter in 1988, at the age of 18, and now, at 34, he has on his shoulders the pride of being the first fighter in history to be a double UFC champion (lightweight and featherweight) and the first to hold titles in two different divisions at the same time. Today, Netflix premieres his documentary, a miniseries that reviews his eventful career.
Work: What we do all day (Netflix)
“We may not think about it, but we are all part of something bigger than ourselves. And our work is one of the forces that connect us.” The voice of the former president Barack Obama takes us into this documentary about work in the United States. There are changes that are already taking place and that are altering the way we work: artificial intelligence, teleworking, the fight against inequality… From service personnel to big businessmen, the question never varies: What does that a good job is good?
Inseparable (Prime Video)
Based on the film of the same name David Cronenberg of 1988, in turn adaptation of the novel Twins of bari wood and Jack Geasland, tells the story of the Mantle twins, two successful and brilliant women who have always shared everything: success, lovers and profession. Both gynecologists, the sisters seek to transform the way women give birth, even if it means questioning ethics and experimenting with the illegal. The cast leads Rachel Weisz in the role of the Mantles in what will be her first series as a protagonist.
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