Artists recommend movies and series from Netflix to see the 8M

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“Because she saw”. It’s called the collaboration between Netflix and the UN 55 women linked to the film and the series joined to deliver a recommendation to see the 8 of march, day which marks the International Women’s Day.

Netflix and UN Women have joined forces to celebrate the stories that have inspired the women who inspire us“ wrote from the Twitter account of the streaming service.

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And continue inviting people to discover “a collection of series, documentaries and films, curated by women all over the world” you can see in this link.

Among the actresses and directors featured that participate in the list are Paulina García, Millie Bobbie Brown, Yalitza Aparicio, Ava DuVernay, Lali Espósito, Laverne Cox, Salma Hayek and Sophia Lorento , among other.

While among the series highlights are Sex Education, Orange Is the New Black, Grace and Frankie, The Keepers and The Crown.

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While some of the movies, both fiction and documentary, mentioned above are Frances Has, Story of a marriage, What Happened, Miss Simone?, Joan Didion: The center gives, Aquarius, Miss American, Feminists: what were they thinking? and Rome.

Here the complete list of the recommendations of 55 artists:

Alejandra Azcárate (Colombia): Vis-a-vis

Alice Wu (US): Frances Has

Andrea Barata Ribeiro (Brazil): Sex Education

Anna Winger (Germany): Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Ava DuVernay (U.S.): A trip back in time

Barbara Lopez (Mexico): Scandal

Beren Saat (Turkey): Bird Box

Bruna Mascarenhas (Brazil): Who are you going to sing

Cecilia Suárez (Mexico): Story of a marriage

Chris Nee (USA): Orange Is the New Black

Christian Serratos (US): Goop lab with Gwyneth Paltrow

Cindy Bishop (Thailand): Anne with an E

Elena Fortes (Mexico): Atlantique

Esther Acebo (Spain): Chef’s Table: Bo Songvisava

Fadily Camara (France): How to Get Away with Murder

Fanny Herrero (France): Blanche Gardin: Je parle toute seule

Fatimah Abu Bakar (Malaysia): Babies

Francesca Comencini (Italy): What Happened, Miss Simone?

Giovanna Ewbank (Brazil): Coisa Mais Linda

Hanna Ardéhn (Sweden): The silence of the innocent

Hazar Ergüçlü (Turkey): House of Cards

Hend Sabry (Egypt): Joan Didion: The center gives

Ida Elise Broch (Norway): RuPaul”s Drag Race

Janet Mock (USA): Paris Is Burning

Joyce Cheng (Hong Kong): Queer Eye

Juliana Vicente (Brazil): So we see

Kemi Adetiba (Nigeria): King of Boys

Kiara Advani (India): Under the spell of desire

Lali Espósito (Argentina): A place called Notting Hill

Wool Condor (USA): Grace and Frankie

Lauren Morelli (US): Julie & Julia

Laurie Nunn (England): The Keepers

Laverne Cox (USA): Brené Brown: The call of courage

Liz Garbus (USA): She’s Gotta Have It

Logan Browning (USA): Someone Great: Someone extraordinary

Lynn Fainchtein (Mexico): 2001: a space Odyssey

Marcela Benjumea (Colombia): Dead to me

Mercedes Morán (Argentina): Aquarius

Mika Ninagawa (Japan): The empire of the senses

Millie Bobby Brown (United Kingdom): Miss American

Mine The Hammani (Spain): What co#or is happening?

Mindy Kaling (USA): Chewing Gum

Mira Lesmana (Indonesia): Rome

Mithila Palkar (India): Hannah Gadsby: Nanette

Nahnatchka Khan (USA): Young adults

Ngô Thanh Vân (Viet Nam): Wonder Woman

Nosipho Dumisa (South Africa): Gravity

Paulina Garcia (Chile) – Deux Jours, Une Nuit

Pathy Dejesus (Brazil): How to raise a superhero

Petra Costa (Brazil): Feminists: what were they thinking?

Salma Hayek (Mexico): Inconceivable

Sandi Tan (Singapore): Russian doll

Shefali Shah (India): Delhi criminal

Sophia Loren (Italy): The Crown

Yalitza Aparicio (Mexico): The conquest of Congress