There is not only the direct in life, there is also the replay. From YouTube to Netflix to TV channel replays and radio station podcasts, 20 minutes every Sunday concocts a list of things to see, or review, listen to or listen to again.
The New Cinderella on Amazon Prime Video
After Kenneth Brannagh’s live remake of the Disney classic in 2015, Cinderella is already back with a new adaptation of Perrault’s tale, revisited, modern and musical. Available since Friday on Prime Video, this Cinderella 2021 is signed Kay Cannon, screenwriter of the three Pitch Perfect, and brings together voices such as Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello in the title role, Idina Menzel (the Snow Queen herself) as an evil mother-in-law or Billy Porter from
Pose as a fairy godmother. The musical happily takes liberties with the classic of literature, as well as with pop standards that it takes up and remixes à la Glee.
The great Agnès Varda in seven films on Netflix
After Tavernier, Truffaut, Chabrol or Jacques Demy, Netflix continues its cinephile policy with seven films by Agnès Varda to watch between two series, between Brand New Cherry Flavor and Clickbait preferably. Disappeared in 2019, the great director and contemporary of the New Wave has worked as much in fiction as in documentary, a second plan that the platform does not forget to honor. It may also be wise to start your binge watching Varda with documentary and self-protection. Agnes beaches, before continuing with the essential Cléo from 5 to 7, but also Without roof or law, Black Panthers, Le Bonheur, La Pointe-Courte, One sings, the other does not.
“September 11, the investigation”, a France Inter podcast
It was 20 years ago. You thought you had read and seen everything on September 11 and the World Trade Center attacks, but journalist Grégory Philipps is proposing an “investigation” for France Inter, which if it does not bring any revelation because it is not the goal, once again plunges the listener into the heart of the event with many testimonies, archives, questions, perspectives, and even unexpected echoes with current events in Afghanistan.
With @CMattout and @t_cavailles, we imagined that this work would resonate with Afghan news and the upcoming trial of the 13/11 attacks in Paris. But probably not at this point. An original podcast by @France Inter to listen here ⬇️ https://t.co/NKdnZujWLI
– Gregory Philipps (@gregphil) August 30, 2021