Netflix: Movie Releases September 6-12

‘Kate’, ‘The invisible thread’ and ‘The scandal’ are some of the most prominent titles of this week.


For the most cinephiles, Netflix also comes loaded with the most appetizing proposals to enjoy these last days of summer. The romantic drama Winter Bay; the ‘thriller’ Kate, and the documentary Blood Brothers: Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali are some of the most outstanding original titles that you will be able to see starting next week.

In addition, two successful feature films that you cannot miss are also added to the platform’s catalog: The invisible thread and The scandal.

Then we leave you the complete list of movies that will be released on Netflix from September 6 to 12.

ORIGINAL NETFLIX MOVIES

Winter bay


Winter bay is the title of the romantic drama that hits Netflix next week. The film tells the story of Elisabeth and John, two young people from different social classes whose lives intersect as a wish of fate. Between them, something more than a simple friendship soon arises, although their differences will soon be on the table, putting their love to the test.

Premiere: September 8th

Blood Brothers: Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali

Netflix continues with its commitment to documentaries, and this week it premieres Blood Brothers: Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali. Through archival images never seen to date, the close friendship that united the African-American activist, who fought for the rights of blacks, and the world boxing champion is narrated.

Premiere: September 9

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‘The women and the murderer’


Another of the documentaries that hits the platform this week is entitled The women and the murderer. The feature film tells how, thanks to the work of two women, a police officer and the mother of a victim, it was possible to capture the French rapist and murderer Guy Georges.

Premiere: September 9

Kate

Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Michiel Huisman and Woody Harrelson lead the cast of Kate, the action ‘thriller’ that Netflix premieres this week. The film follows Kate, a young hit man, who always works very meticulously and without leaving a trace. His modus operandi is called into question when he fails a mission in Tokyo. Soon she discovers that she has been poisoned with a substance that will end her life in 24 hours. As he struggles to stay safe, he begins a curious relationship with the teenage daughter of one of his victims.

Premiere: September, 10th

‘Hunting prey’


Hunting prey is another of the original ‘thrillers’ that lands this week on the platform. The story tells how a group of friends see how an excursion they had planned to enjoy a day in the country turns into a desperate flight to escape from a mysterious shooter.

Premiere: September, 10th

Premiere: September 7th

OTHER PREMIERE FILMS

The invisible thread

The Oscar-winning drama, The invisible thread, is one of the novelties that you can find in the Netflix catalog starting next week. Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson and starring Daniel Day-Lewis, the film takes us to London in the 1950s. There, the couturier Reynolds Woodcock triumphs by dressing personalities from royalty and the world of cinema. His life is altered when young Alma, a temperamental girl who will disrupt Reynolds’ daily life, crosses his path.

Premiere: September 6

The scandal

Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie also land on Netflix with the biographical drama The scandal. Directed by Jay Roach, the film tells the true story of Gretchen Carlson, an American television star who decides to denounce the sexist abuse and behavior that Fox News producer Roger Ailes has towards women. While her complaint caused a real stir in the media industry, Gretchen seeks support from her peers, Megyn Kelly and Kayla Pospisil.

Premiere: September 7th

Netflix: All series premiered in September 2021

Premiere: September 8th

Premiere: September 8th

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Premiere: September 8th

Premiere: September 9

Premiere: September, 10th

Premiere: September, 10th

Premiere: September, 10th