1) "My Daughter's Killer"--Netflix--documentary--1 hour & 23 minutes--Synopsis: A father fights for decades to bring his daughter's killer to justice in France and Germany before taking extreme measures--we follow the father as he goes through the actual fight he has to bring his daughter's killer to justice and how the man, a doctor, got away with raping women--heartbreaking and in a way it asks does 2 wrongs make a right?
2) "The Next 365 Days"--Netflix--part of a film trilogy--1 hour & 52 minutes--Synopsis: Laura & Massimo's relationship hangs in the balance as they try to overcome trust issues--I am glad I didn't see the first 2 films--when 400 sex scenes are boring what else is there to say?
3) "Spider-man:No Way Home"--Starz--film--2 hours & 28 minutes--Synopsis: Spider-man times 3 fights 3 past villains--a lot of special effects and, I guess, 3 Spider-men will please certain people but I am not one of them.
4) "Girl"--Netflix--Belgium film--1 hour & 45 minutes--Synopsis: A transgender girl training to become a ballerina--the dance sequences add greatly to the fight that Lara is having with a body that isn't changing as fast as is her need--the more I learn about transgender people the more I want to learn and this added to my knowledge though I still get mixed up with 'he/her/they'!
5) "A Crime on the Bayou"--Starz--Documentary--1 hour and 31 minutes--Synopsis: a 1966 Louisiana incident that underlines the absurdities of Southern racial justice--a black man puts his hand on the elbow of a white youth and the man is accused of 'cruelty to a juvenile'--we follow the many cases brought against the man over several years just to 'prove' he is guilty--discrimination is a horror no matter what group it is against and no matter how many films you see about the topic they all affect you if you believe in human justice.
A Note: not streaming but on The CW station, Tuesday nights at 8 PM is an excellent series about "Leonardo"!