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TRUE (2020) Rent or buy Amazon, Google Play, in iTunes, Voodoo or YouTube. Fans of French cinema will delight in this new drama by writer and Director Hirokazu Kore-EDA (“Thieves”). Catherine Deneuve plays Fabienne, the famous French movie star who publishes her memoir, “the Truth.” To celebrate its release, daughter of Fabien at Lumir (Juliette Binoche), a screenwriter, a trip from new York with her husband (Ethan hawke) and their young daughter. What follows is a comedic portrait of a mother and daughter dynamics. Fabien wrapped up in her own image and denied her departing heritage and Lumir claims the confession was her mother’s filled with lies. It review new York times, Manola Dargis called the movie critic to pick and wrote, “drama is measured in SIPS, the glances, the gestures, the silence, from the hand humor and shocks, violence.”

JIM JEFFERIES: ‘INTOLERABLE’ (2020) Stream on Netflix. The Australian comedian Jim Jeffries can’t have any more space on night lineup — “the Jim Jeffries show” on the Comedy Central channel last year — but he’s still busy. In this new Netflix specialhis latest 2018: “it’s happening with me now,” Jeffrey explains in great detail the date, during which he fired his lactose intolerance and indulged in cheese. This is not good.

TO THE STARS (2020) Stream on Hulu; rent Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, in iTunes or Voodoo. Set in the 1960-ies, this coming-of-age drama Director Martha Stephens should iris (Kara Hayward), introverted teenager in rural Oklahoma, who is an outcast at school, who returns home only to face her offended mother (Jordana Spiro). Her life becomes a breath of fresh air when Maggie (Liana Liberato), a freethinker, a new girl in town, iris protects from bullies, and two, give birth to friendships. Maggie persuades iris out of her shell, but as a bond girl, iris begins to question the story with Maggie about her past. And once the truth about her family leaves, she throws a small town into chaos.

AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: THE VOTE At 9 PM on PBS (check local listings). It two part documentary series Chronicles the long the battle for the rights of American women to vote and rejects the notion that men just gave women the opportunity to participate in democracy. Voting ends on Tuesday in the Final four years of the action leading to the adoption of the 19th amendment in 1920, when two suffragettes to butt heads over whether to take a more moderate approach, or to demand their rights with the confrontational strategy. The series is narrated by the actress Kate Burton. It also has voice acting from the stars Mae Whitman, Audra McDonaldLaura Linney and Patricia Clarkson.



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