1) "The Voyeurs"--Amazon Prime--movie--1 hour & 56 minutes--what I thought would be a take off on "Rear Window" turned out to be something quite different--a young couple, moving into a new apartment, observe a couple across the way having sex and not really caring that others could watch them--I DEFY YOU TO NOT WATCH THE LAST 30 MINUTES AFTER WATCHING THE FIRST 80!
2) "The Starling"--Netflix--movie--1 hour & 44 minutes--a husband and wife each deals differently with the death of their young child--A SWEET, TENDER LOVE STORY THAT JUST MISSES BEING MOVING AS IT SHOULD BE
3) "The Defeated"--Netflix--limited series--8 episodes--6 hours & 7 minutes--looks at the world of Berlin at the end of WW2 and the 4 countries wanting to control it--a New York policeman looking for his brother and a woman in charge of a makeshift German police squad whose husband is missing join forces--CONFUSING BUT HOLDS YOUR INTEREST
4) "Rita Moreno: Just a girl who decided to go for it"--Netflix--documentary--1 hour & 30 minutes--Rita is a dynamo and does say something about living alone that hit with me--she lets you see the woman behind the makeup, even let's you see her without any makeup and then how she achieves her 'look'--she is not afraid to talk about her being raped (doesn't really make clear if it is the same guy who represents her now)--the only minor complaint I have is that she doesn't acknowledge Chita Rivera's contribution--COULDN'T HAVE ENJOYED THIS MORE AND SHOWS WHY IT IS TITLED AS IT IS
5) "Enola Holmes"--Netflix--movie--2 hours & 4 minutes--the niece of Sherlock goes looking for her mother who has disappeared--her two uncles are on hand to help her--but they don't help the movie--TOO LONG AND TOO CUTE--OH WHERE IS WATSON WHEN YOU NEED HIM?
6) "House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths"--Netflix--limited series--3 episodes--2 hours & 15 minutes--the cult like murders of 10 family members--AFTER THE FIRST EPISODE I CALLED IT QUITS (A RARITY FOR ME!)