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Netflix premieres for September that you can't miss

Here's what's coming for the month of love and friendship.

Frames from 'Ratched', 'The Devil at All Hours' and 'Parasite'.

These are the September premieres of the streaming platform. / Photos: YT / Netflix, YT / IGN

LatinamericanPost| Juliana Rodriguez Pabón

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A new month begins and with it many new productions are also launched on the Netflix streaming platform. Here goes, as always, a list of the premieres that you cannot miss.

 

Ratched, season 1

Release date: September 18

Genre: series, horror, suspense

Netflix Official Synopsis: You deserve someone to pity you. The creator of "American Horror Story" invites us to witness the origins of one of the most iconic characters in the world: Nurse Ratched. With Sarah Paulson as this chilling nurse, "Ratched" hits Netflix on September 18.

 

I think of ending things

Release date: September 4

Genre: movie, suspense, independent

Netflix official synopsis: Nothing is what it seems when a woman full of doubts about her recent love affair takes her boyfriend on a road trip to visit her parents' farm. By Oscar winner Charlie Kaufman ("Eternal Radiance of a Mind Without Memories"). Based on the acclaimed novel by Iain Reid.

 

Enola Holmes

Release date: September 23

Genre: movie, suspense, vintage

Netlix Official Synopsis: Enola Holmes, Sherlock's younger sister, discovers that her mother has disappeared and sets out to find her. In her search, she brings out the bloodhound that runs through her veins and comes across a conspiracy revolving around a mysterious lord, proving that his illustrious brother is not the only talent in the family. The film stars Millie Bobby Brown, Sam Claflin, Henry Cavill and Helena Bonham-Carter, and directed by Harry Bradbeer ("Fleabag").

 

Parasite

Release date: September 1

Genre: movie, black comedy, suspense

Netflix Official Synopsis: One by one, the cunning members of a family without resources begin to serve as domestic staff in the home of a wealthy and privileged family. The award-winning movie comes to Netflix.

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The devil all the time

Release date: September 6

Genre: movie, drama, suspense

Official Netflix Synopsis: In and around a small Ohio Town, sinister characters - an unholy shepherd (Robert Pattinson), a twisted couple (Jason Clarke and Riley Keough) and a corrupt sheriff (Sebastian Stan) - coexist around young Arvin Russell (Tom Holland), who fights against the evil forces that threaten him and his family. Set between World War II and the Vietnam War, "The Devil all the time" presents the seductive and creepy image of a world in which justice faces corruption. Antonio Campos directs this engaging suspense story adapted from Donald Ray Pollock's award-winning novel, starring Bill Skarsgård, Mia Wasikowska, Harry Melling, Haley Bennett and Pokey LaFarge.

 

Lady bird

Release date: September 22

Genre: movie, tragicomedy, teenager

Official Netflix Synopsis: An intrepid teenage girl goes through all the hardships of love, family and self-knowledge as she dreams of escaping to a university on the other side of the country. Directed by Greta Gerwig and quite awarded.

 

 

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