New films, such as The Guilty starring Jake Gyllenhaal, and old returns such as the third season of You, let’s find out what’s new on Netflix for October.
The Guilty: Jake Gyllenhaal stars in this breathtaking thriller. The film recounts the events of one morning when Joe Baylor, a 911 operator, tries to rescue a young woman who has been taken hostage and managed to contact him through a ruse.
The Guilty will be available from Friday 1 October.
Mio fratello, mia sorella: When their father’s will forces them to live together, siblings Nik and Tesla (Alessandro Preziosi and Claudia Pandolfi) try to overcome their differences to become a family.
Mio fratello, mia sorella will be available from Friday 8 October.
The Movies That Made Us – Season 3: The docu-series that recounts the behind-the-scenes and making offs of some of the most iconic films of all time, the ones that never go out of fashion and that we continue to see again and again despite the years, is back. The titles featured in this third season are Aliens, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Coming to America, Friday the 13th, Halloween and Robocop.
The third season of The Movies That Made Us will be available from Tuesday 12 October.
You – season three: Joe Goldberg and his wife Love Quinn are struggling with newborn Henry in their new neighbourhood in Mother Linda, California. Everything seems normal until Joe’s new obsession, Natalie, arrives. But this time, Love will do anything to keep the dream of a perfect family from being destroyed.
The third season of You will be available from Friday 15 October.
8 RUE de l’HUMANITÉ: In a Paris abandoned by the pandemic, the inhabitants of a small apartment building adapt as best they can to their new confined life. Dany Boon directs this choral film about everyday life in a building during the lockdown.
8 RUE de l’HUMANITÉ will be available from Wednesday 20 October.