The last functionality that allows us to know what are the series and films seen on Netflix it helps us to discover trends of viewing that before they could go unnoticed, such as movies and series that despite not being very well known, they manage to draw the attention of the public.
Cases such as The house of paper, after passing without pain nor glory by the television came to Netflix on tiptoe to become one of the series most closely followed of the platform, or the recent Tiger King, a surreal documentary that has fascinated half the world, demonstrate that on many occasions it is not necessary a great promotion for attracting the audience.
Within this group we could fit A small favor, a title that came on tiptoe to the platform, and that has become one of the most widely viewed films on Netflix in the last few days.
Premiered by the end of 2018, the film passed without penalty or glory by the movie theatres around the world, having to wait for this second chance on Netflix in order to reap the success. A curious case, as the film has in its cast of protagonists two actresses of great repercussion in the media as are Blake Lively and Anna Kendrick.
Directed by Paul Feig (The wedding of my best friend), A small favor it is a thriller with touches of comedy film based on the novel of same title published by Darcey Belly in 2017.
The film tells the story of Stephanie (Anna Kendrick), a young mother who works as a videoblogger to earn barely the life, a day known to the sophisticated Emily (Blake Lively), a mysterious woman surrounded by glamour, with the which, surprisingly enough, comes to create a strong relationship of friendship.
One day Emily asks you to stay with your child all of a sudden and although Stephanie is not clear, decides to accept. It is here when Emily disappears, and begins a search that will uncover many secretssome really compromising…
A small favor, the film that is succeeding in Netflix is full of twists and turns of the script, and is also one of those movies with a surprise ending that, like any, is also dotted with touches of black humor well integrated. If you want to know a little more before you see it, you can read the criticism of A small favor of our co-Hobbyconsolas.