Another weekend and another dose of entertainment is here on OTT. Sit back and relax as Fashion Times Magazine brings you a list of good-quality Netflix content to make your weekend super interesting.
Starring: Camille Rowe, Sofiane Zermani, César Domboy
No Limit (Sous Emprise) is a Netflix Original French-language dark romance written and directed by David M. Rosenthal about Roxana (Camille Rowe), a college dropout with a challenged past who falls in love with the mysterious and daring diving instructor and world record holder Pascal (Sofiane Zermani) who comes on to her fast and intensely, dragging her into his twisted need to be superior in the sport and their relationship.
Harry and Meghan
Starring: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex
Harry & Meghan is an unprecedented six-part documentary series that explores the span of their relationship, from the early days of the couple’s courtship to the challenges and controversies that led them to feeling forced to step back from their full-time roles in the institution. The film is directed by two-time Academy Award-nominated and Emmy award-winning director Liz Garbus, who shared what it was like to approach telling a globally discussed love story from a fresh perspective.
World War Z
Starring: Brad Pitt, David Andrews, Eric Weston, Elyes Gabel
World War Z is a zombie movie that is definitely worth watching. The first reason why is because it stars Brad Pitt in the leading role. He plays the part of a father who is trying to protect his wife and children from a zombie apocalypse. He has a connection with the government and tries his best to keep them safe through the zombie pandemic.
Trial By Fire
Starring Abhay Deol and Rajshri Deshpande
Based on a real-life event of a massive fire that broke out in South Delhi’s Uphaar cinema in 1997, the show is in the top spot on Netflix. The story of the series is based on the tragic tale of a massive fire at South Delhi’s Uphaar cinema in 1997 which resulted in the death of 59 people. Based on a true event, the series also focuses on the aftermath of the incident that upended Neelam and Shekhar Krishnamoorthy’s lives as they lost their kids in the fire.
Starring: Randeep Hooda, Suvinder Vicky, Hasleen Kaur
CAT depicts the circumstances that push a teenage boy Gurnam (Randeep) to work for the police as an unofficial informant/undercover agent. His revenge is fulfilled but the ghost of being an informant/undercover agent doesn’t leave his back and years later he has to get back on the job to take down the biggest drug syndicate in Punjab.
Starring: Triptii Dimri, Swastika Mukherjee, Babil Khan
Anvita Dutt’s period musical drama “Qala”, is among the most visually beautiful movies of 2022; each scene resembles an impressionist painting. Regardless of whether it’s a ferry floating over the Hooghly bridge or the snow-capped Himachal highlands, or even the rich, jewel-toned hues of a Calcutta evening, the backdrop is exquisite. The writer and director of the movie, beautifully explores the mental landscapes of the primary characters. Following the eerie Bulbbul, she crafts a musical journey into the thoughts of a girl who resembles a cuckoo and is torn between passion and talent, expectations and realities.