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All the must-see July 2021’s Netflix films and tv series

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Giulia Guido

Between season finales and romantic movies, Netflix won’t leave us alone for the next month either. 

Atypical – season 4: The series created by Robia Rashid in 2017 is now in its fourth and final season. For the main character Sam, a boy with Asperger’s Syndrome, the time has come to make important decisions that, as always, will also affect the lives of his parents, his sister Casey and his best friend Zahid.
The fourth season of Atypical will be available from Friday 9 July.

Emicida: AmarElo – Live: Following the success of Emicida: AmarElo – The Rest is History, comes a new docu-film about Brazilian rapper and activist Emicida. This time we follow him to the stage of the Theatro Municipal de São Paulo where the artist performed his album ‘AmarElo’ live for the first time. 
Emicida: AmarElo – Live will be available from Thursday 15 July

The Cook of Castamar: Netflix Spain presents a new historical series, set in the Madrid of 1720. The protagonist of this series based on the novel by Fernando J. Múñez is a young cook who catches the eye of a widowed duke just as he is returning to aristocratic society.
The Cook of Castamar will be available from Monday 19 July

Chernobyl 1986: Following the success of the HBO series, the Chernobyl disaster has once again aroused curiosity in the world of film and television. This new series follows Alexey, a recently retired fireman whose life is changed forever by the explosion of the nuclear power plant.
Chernobyl 1986 will be available from Wednesday 21 July

The Movies That Made Us : Jurassic Park, Back to the Future, Pretty Woman, Forrest Gump are the four films that will be analysed and told in the second season of this docuseries that will take us back in time.
The second season of The Movies That Made Us will be available from Friday 23 July

The Last Letter From Your Lover: In this film based on the novel by Jojo Moyes, an ambitious journalist discovers a series of secret love letters dating back to the 1960s that tell of a couple’s forbidden relationship and will try her best to find out how it all went down. The cast includes Felicity Jones, Shailene Woodley, Callum Turner, Joe Alwyn and Nabhaan Rizwan.
The Last Letter From Your Lover will be available from Friday 23 July

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