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Netflix: New Films To See In May 2020

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Many films are on the program this May on Netflix, including All Day All Night, a social drama carried by Ashton Sanders and Jeffrey Wright.

Who says “confinement” generally says more opportunities to watch movies. That’s good, Netflix is ​​there. The most purist movie buffs will now find something to satisfy themselves on the platform of the American SVOD giant, since the latter, via a partnership with the distributor MK2, will offer, as of April 24, great films from the repertoire, starting with the works of François Truffaut. A month of May also provided with original Netflix films, including the drama All day All Night, available from the 1st of the month. Worn by young Ashton Sanders ( Moonlight, Captive State ) and Jeffrey Wright (Bernard Lowe in the Westworld series ), this social drama follows a young criminal who, arriving in prison, thinks back to the days before his arrest and his childhood, trying to find reasons to go ahead and survive his incarceration. And to find all the news available in March 2020 on Netflix, it’s here.

All-day All Night (May 1)
Sentenced to life, a young man examines the people, the circumstances and the system that put him on the crime track.

If you knew (May 1)
By agreeing to write a friend’s love letters, Ellie Chu did not expect to bond with him … or fall in love with the girl he loves.

Mrs Serial Killer (May 1)
When a doctor lands in prison for a series of terrible murders, his faithful wife decides to prove his innocence by committing a crime according to his own style.

18 gifts (May 8)
Elisa is only 40 years old when an incurable disease prevails. But before dying, she finds a way to stay close to her daughter: she makes her 18 gifts, for each of her birthdays, until she reaches the age of majority.

The Wrong Missy (May 13)
While Tim believes he has invited the ideal candidate for a stay in Hawaii, he realizes too late that it is a woman met during a nightmare date.

I love you, fool! (May 15)
When Marcos gets dumped by his girlfriend, he tries to reinvent himself, to become a “modern” man, with the help of a childhood friend and a guru on the internet.

The Lovebirds (May 22)
When a couple on the verge of breakup finds themselves involved in a murder, he goes on a mad rush to find the culprit and prove his innocence.

I’m not there anymore (May 27)
A young Mexican gang leader exiled in a mixed neighbourhood of New York questions his choices when he learns that the threat hangs over his friends back home.



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