Diane Theunissen

3 Feb 2021
Film & TV

5 New Netflix Releases to Discover in February

Although it may be the shortest month of the year, February will come with a pretty great deal of Netflix shows. And let’s be honest, with nothing else to do but wait for clubs to reopen, it might just be the perfect time to sit down, wrap yourself up in that blanket you got for Christmas and dive into both old and new films, documentaries, and series. Here’s our selection, make it count!

1. Gandhi

Initially released in 1983, this biopic movie serves as a thorough representation of the man commonly known as the “mahatma”. Ranging from his early days as a lawyer fighting for the rights of the Indian community in South Africa to his battle against British authority, the film highlights the importance of non-violence and wisdom in Gandhi’s multiple missions and endeavors. With no less than 17 awards to his credit, this masterpiece is to be seen over and over again.

‘Gandhi’ will be released on 1 February 2021.

2. Firefly Lane

Tully and Kate met on Firefly Lane in their teenage years. Thirty years later, they look back at their friendship and the various events that got them where they are. Based on a humorous and casual narrative, this feel-good series highlights the much-anticipated return of Katherine Heigl on screen and will certainly catch the attention of Grey’s Anatomy‘s biggest fans.

‘Firefly Lane’ will be released on 3 February 2021.

3. Little Big Women

Multiple surprises await Shoying on her 70th birthday. Not only does she find out that her long-lost husband has died, but she also finds out that another woman stayed by his side till his last breath. Inspired by director Joseph Chen-chieh Hsu’s personal life, Little Big Women explores how people deal with pain and betrayal to reach serenity, and eventually come together.

‘Little Big Women’ premiers on 5 February 2021.

4. Malcolm & Marie

For this black and white drama, director Sam Levinson (Euphoria) successfully teamed up with Zendaya and John David Washington. The plot is simple, yet utterly subtle: after premiering his debut project, a young filmmaker returns home with his girlfriend. Although the night makes for a promising future, it takes a different direction after revelations are being made, challenging the feelings the protagonists have for each other. A bittersweet narrative set behind closed doors that will keep you chained to your seat like no other.

‘Malcolm & Marie’ premiers on 5 February 2021.

5. To All The Boys: Always and Forever

After To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, Netflix will present the third and final installment of the well-received rom-com series on February 12th. Throughout multiple journeys, the narrative sets teenager Lara Jean Covey on the premises of adulthood, dealing with interrogations about life after high-school. With Valentine’s Day around the corner, this movie will be on many people’s watchlist!

‘To All The Boys: Always and Forever’ premiers on 12 February 2021.

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