What to Watch When there’s Nothing to Watch.

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We have all been there. We say ‘let’s just stick a film on’, we turn to Netflix with wide eyes and an hour later we are still searching the 1000’s of titles. Like rummaging through an endless wardrobe for that perfect outfit yet no idea what it is, we scroll and we scroll.
Just for you I have filtered through and found three titles that are worth the watch. So when you get home, when you’ve finished washing the dishes and you’re ready to finally to relax you can sigh with relief that that endless choice has been narrowed down to the following choices;
MV5BMTY0NzI0MjU5OV5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwNTM0NjU1Mg@@._V1_SY317_CR0,0,214,317_AL_ 1.The September Issue. A documentary following the creation of the September issue of Vogue. Whether you are a fashionita or not, this is worth a watch. A peak into the life of those behind the creation of this fashion bible is incredibly interesting, especially Anna Wintours’ role at the top of the food chain.

 

 
MV5BOTY0NDQ2NzQ2N15BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwMTU0OTkwOQ@@._V1_SX214_AL_2. Francis ha! Greta Gerwig is a mid twenties something trying to make it as a dancer and an adult in New York City. She doesn’t really have an apartment and things seem to be falling apart but her charming smirk at life keeps you hopeful that things will fall into place. Shot in black and white this film tugs at your heart to pursue your own dreams.

 

 

 
MV5BNTA5ODExOTQ4M15BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwOTc2NjYxNA@@._V1._CR3,2,345,467_SY317_CR10,0,214,317_AL_3. Luther. A BBC T.V drama that will inevitably end in a Netflix binge (don’t say I didn’t warn you). Idris Elba is the lead detective Luther, he has slight (ahem) anger issues and his methods of working are often questioned but you will not question this choice. Charming and exhilarating Luther warrants your attention.
So now your choice is remarkably narrowed down to a simple three to choose from, a documentary, a film and a T.V program. All you need now is the popcorn.

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