8 movies and series that will set the platforms on fire in April!

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Pierre Niney, François Civil, Géraldine Nakache, Vincent Cassel… No need to mention more, we understand perfectly the madness that will be Igor Gotesman's new series. Raphaël Valande is filming his first feature film dedicated to his grandmother, a former resistance fighter. As exciting as this adventure is for Raphaël, it is not for a team member who is trying to sabotage the film. We are in for 7 episodes of about thirty minutes each, which will take us through different eras and make us laugh until we cry.

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Coming on April 30th to Netflix!


Scoop

Did you miss the stories revealing the secrets of the British monarchy? Don't worry, Philip Martin - director of The Crown and Catherine The Great - is back with Scoop. This new film will focus on the fall of Prince Andrew, following his interview with the BBC, revealing his connection to the Epstein scandal. Starring: Gillian Anderson, Rufus Sewell, Billie Pipier, and Keeley Hawes.

On April 5th on Netflix, Rudy Mancuso brings us along on a journey through his life story. With a rare condition called synesthesia, he hears everyday sounds as a musical rhythm. The film dives into the musical world of the artist, enriched by his meeting with a young woman played by Camilla Mendes (who just so happens to be his real-life girlfriend, coincidence?). Get ready for an unparalleled musical adventure! 🎶
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On April 4th on Prime Video


Killers of the Flower Moon 

This is THE film that undoubtedly marked the year 2023. Martin Scorsese takes us back in time to the early 20th century, when the Osage people became one of the richest in America, thanks to oil. A fortune that did not go unnoticed by the Whites, who did not hesitate to use any means necessary, no matter how cruel, to take money from the Native American people. 

Sugar

John Sugar, portrayed by the talented Colin Farrell, is a private investigator. His latest assignment? The puzzling vanishing of Olivia Siegel, granddaughter of Jonathan Siegel, a prominent Hollywood producer. Where could she be? What could have happened to her? The detective sets out to unravel all the enigmas and will stumble upon, in the course of his inquiries, some deeply concealed family truths.
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On April 5th on Apple TV+


The Greatest Hits

Ned Benson is back with a new film and an amazing cast. Lucy Boynton plays the character of Harriet who discovers that certain songs can take her back to the past, plunging her into wonderful memories with her ex-boyfriend. Meanwhile, the present offers her this new love story, so would she really change the past? A romantic and musical comedy that will warm our hearts.

April 12th on Disney+


The Animal Kingdom 

It has won multiple awards at the Cesars, and for good reason! Presented at the Cannes Film Festival in 2023, The Animal Kingdom immerses us in a world disrupted by an epidemic that transforms humans into animals. In the midst of this chaos, François and his son Emile are forced to move to the south of France to be closer to Lana, a victim of this strange disease and placed in a specialized center. They must learn to live alongside these new creatures.

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Coming April 12th on Canal +


Fallout 

You've been waiting for it, and here it is. The live action adaptation of the famous video game Fallout is finally arriving on your screens. As a nuclear apocalypse gradually decimates the human species, a few lucky ones have managed to survive by buying a spot in special shelters. Thanks to cryogenization technology, they are supposed to remain asleep until the Earth is habitable once again, well, in theory... 

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On April 11th on Prime Video

``` And get ready for some exciting new content coming your way! Enjoy the show on April 11th on Prime Video. 🎉📺