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More Netflix picks:
Choose Connor—An intelligent but “outsider” teen is drawn in by a charismatic politician who asks him to be his youth advisor. Unfortunately the politician (Steven Weber) has a dark side.
House of Cards—Remake of a British miniseries from the 80’s, now set in Washington DC, starring Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright. Is anyone on this forum watching House of Cards?
Wake in Fright—A British teacher is immersed in the heavily male and isolating culture of Australia in the 1970s.
A Thousand Years of Good Prayers—An elderly Chinese father finds it hard to communicate with his Americanized daughter. He takes to communicating with another foreigner at a park who seems to be in the same boat.
Rails and Ties—A train engineer (Kevin Bacon) reacts to a suicide on the tracks while his wife (Marcia Gay Harden) suffers from a terminal illness. A runaway teen enters their lives.
Perfect Sense—The world is being affected by a virus that slowly takes away your five senses. An epidemiologist (Eva Green) works to find a cure while falling in love with a chef (Ewan McGregor) as they, like the rest of mankind, lose their smell, taste, hearing, touch and sight.
And for your “Save” list:
Chasing Ice—A documentary about global warming, with spectacular footage and photographic evidence by nature photographer James Balog. A picture says more than a thousand words here.
Bless Me Ultima—In the post WW2 era, a Mexican American family is depicted, through the eyes of the little son Antonio, when they are visited by an honored elder, Ultima.
Steve Coogan Live—Although there are some bits that are repeated, any Steve Coogan fan will appreciate how effortlessly it seems for him to create defined characters in several one-man comedy concerts.