7 new films and series in November to watch in the heat, at the cinema or under the duvet

colors of firein theaters November 9

The enemies are often closer than you think, they are sometimes even of the same blood as us… Madeleine paid the price when her father died by inheriting the family financial empire. A woman with so much power? You suspect well that at the dawn of the Second World War, in the midst of the rise of Nazism in Europe, that absolutely does not please. Worse, it attracts envy. But the most power-hungry are the ones we least suspect… Patatra! Madeleine will pay the price when her closest collaborator will turn against her and the deprive of all one’s wealth. How will she get up?

colors of fire
A film by Clovis Cornillac
In theaters November 9

Wednesday Addamson Netflix November 23

Adaptations of the addams familyBritish and completely deranged, we had a lot of them, but much less successful ones… So inevitably when Tim Burton lends itself to the exercise, we stop and take a look. Hoping that this one is more glaucous and more striking than the previous ones. P.S. : we weren’t necessarily convinced at first but Jenna Ortega looks superb.

Wednesday Addams
Directed by Tim Burton
On Netflix November 23

The Almond Treesin theaters November 16

This is the story of a group of friends dancers who dream of returning to Nanterre Almond Tree Theater. And you know what ? They are getting there! There, they will learn about love, disillusionment, the harsh law of work, competition, friendship, passion, dancing… The Almond Treesit’s a kind of overwhelming friendship film that makes you want to call your best friends at the end to show them your love…

The Almond Trees
A movie of Valeria Bruni Tedeschi
In theaters November 16

Young Royals – Season 2, on Netflix November 1

This swedish seriesit is a clever mix between Skam, gossip girl and Elite. Basically, it’s a teenage series but not too romanticized, but the dive into the dogmas and customs of royalty brings just that touch of dreaminess that we love. Add to that an impossible love between a prince who can no longer bear the life of the crown and a boy of the working class, you get a fiction to the tune of Romeo and Juliet without rhinestones and sequins with real teenagers as actors. Promise no thirty-year-olds in the skin of kids.

Young Royals – Season 2
A series by Lisa Ambjörn, Lars Beckung and Camilla Holter
On Netflix November 1

Demon Slayer – Season 2, on Amazon Prime on November 14

To be able to save his sister, a heroic brother who improvises as a hunter of demons late in life. He will do everything to understand the murder of his family and the transformation of his sister into a Devil. What a story of revenge…

Demon Slayer
From Koyoharu Gotōge’s manga
On Netflix November 14

Smoking makes you coughin theaters November 30

After mandibles, Quentin Dupieux returns with a new film titled Smoking makes you cough. The pitch? Hang on. After long fierce fighting, a unit of five “anti-tobacco” vigilantes is pushed into a retirement to strengthen their bonds which have deteriorated over the years. The stay is going wonderfully until Lézardin, Emperor of Evil, decides to annihilate planet Earth… We told you to hang on. Welcome to the world of Mr. Oizo aka Quentin Dupieux.

Smoking makes you cough
Directed by Quentin Dupieux
In theaters November 30

The Crown – Season 5, on Netflix November 9

The fifth season of The Crown is due out on November 9, to immerse us in life within the British crown of Elizabeth II. Perfect to better understand the life of the queen who died on September 8th.

The Crown
Created by Peter Morgan
On Netflix November 9