1) "Suddenly Last Summer" American version--Amazon Prime--1 hour & 54 minutes 2) "Suddenly Last Summer"--British version--Amazon Prime--1 hour & 22 minutes--the American version is 30 minutes longer because Gore Vidal reworked Tennessee Williams poetry , visualized his words and also had to rework many of his thoughts as 'the movie code' in 1959 wouldn't really allow Vidal to say what Williams did, while the British version was Williams and only Williams words, his play, consequently, for me, the better version. Though Clift and Lowe are listed as stars their roles are secondary to Hepburn, Taylor, Richardson and Smith and trying to compare Hepburn versus Smith and Taylor versus Jackson is like trying to compare apples and oranges. Each actress does a fine job though Taylor surprised the most being seen as a 'star' and very seldom recognized for the actress she was--WATCH BOTH AS A DOUBLE BILL--WILLIAMS POETRY HITS HOME
3) "Motive"--Netflix--documentary--4 episodes--2 hours--if you can make it through the descriptions, the first 10 minutes, of the killings, you might be interested in this 14 year old who killed his parents and 2 sisters--is he just a 'bad seed'? Had no feelings? Knew exactly what he was doing? It leaves too many questions at the end such as how long did he spend in prison, how is he living unknown today in our information world? HIS LIFE TODAY IS SHOCKING TO ME AND THIS IS NOT AN EASY DOCUMENTARY TO WATCH AND UNDERSTAND
4) "Pope Francis: A Man of His Word"--Netflix--documentary--1 hour & 36 minutes--is the Pope a wise man or is a wise man the Pope? He speaks wisely but does he act wisely? He says all the right things using the words and thoughts of God but does he do what he says he will do?He talks about the many problems we all face but has he solved any of them? THE POPE TALKS ABOUT THE CHURCH SHOULD BE A POOR CHURCH BUT WHAT IS HE DOING TO MAKE IT THAT WAY?
5) "The Raincoat Killer"--Netflix--Korean documentary--3 episodes--2 hours & 23 minutes--a serial killer killed over 20 people violently and disposed of them in a violent way--the brutality of the murders have stayed with the police for over 15 years and the less than stellar way they investigated the killer--IF YOU LIKE VIOLENCE THIS IS A DOCUMENTARY FOR YOU
6) "Shameless"--Netflix--series--11th season--10 episodes--9 hours & 7 minutes--I hate to see this series end as I have loved it since its first episode--though 'Fiona' was the backbone of the show along with Frank, the father, she quit after the 9th season but the last season is as good as the first--it is outrageous, funny, touching and the emphasis as and has always been about family--everyone, good or bad, is represented in the Gallagher family and you love them all, including the unlovable ones--A MUST SEE SERIES WITH UNFORGETTABLE CHARACTERS AND ACTORS