August brings Movistar + some previews that will help to better manage the summer heat. Without a doubt, the premiere of “Birds of Prey” stands out among other dazzling films (“IP Man 4”, “Underwater”), and as the icing on the cake, a few recently produced series and documentaries to give some variety. . Here are the news of the Movistar + program for the month of August.

Catalog of new series in Spain

‘Blood of Vienna’

A procedural period, and a co-production between England and Austria, takes place precisely in Vienna at the beginning of the 20th century. Doctor and student of none other than Sigmund Freud collaborates with police to give clues to the psychology of criminals it helps to catch them. All in the context of secessionist Vienna and to delve into problems such as the anti-Semitism suffered by the policeman and his family.

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  • Talking Heads (août)
  • ‘Blood of Vienna’ (4/08)

Movies premiered on Movistar +

“Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of Harley Quinn”

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More in the sense of “Shazam! And ‘Aquaman’ from the Justice League movies or his own failed ‘Suicide Squad’, “Birds of Prey” is more of a character film than a shared superhero story. Excellent shot and with a Margot Robbie eating the screen, she deserves immediate vindication, especially now as it looks like waves of darkness are returning to the DC Universe.

‘Submarine’

Submarine

Featuring elements from “Alien” and Lovecraft, this underwater nightmare came to us shortly before theaters closed and was one of the few terror shows a Major before the industry shutdown. Kristen Stewart, as special and personal as ever, shines in a unique adventure, different and with an absolutely memorable last stretch thanks to the creatures it offers to the viewer.

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All the films of August

First documentary on Movistar +

‘The Dark Charisma of Adolf Hitler’

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The eternal question: If Hitler was so blatantly harmful, how could he convince and fascinate an entire nation? Historian Lauren Rees faces the challenge of explaining the origin of Hitler’s charisma in this three-part miniseries that attempts to understand how Nazism came to power with the approval of many of its compatriots.

All August documentaries

  • ‘The Greek Odyssey with Bettany Hughes’ (08/03)
  • ‘The Dark Charisma of Adolf Hitler’ (08/19)

Source : Engadget