Makanai: Inside Maiko’s kitchen, a short series recently released on Netflix, charms us right from the start, immersing us in the traditional Japanese world of the geisha, through the sparkling eyes of two young girls who leave everything behind to travel to Kyoto and discover this art form and their dreams. Hirokazu Kore-eda’s cinematography is realistic, detailed, simple, beautiful and warm.
The choice of the title “Harry & Meghan” for the Netflix series, allows us to see that they have made a crucial perspective in their narrative; we get to see them as individuals rather than figures of the British royal family. The first episode tells their story from 2020 to 2022, looking at their departure from the royal family and their relationship with the press. It was the first time they took control of their own narrative.
One of the leading series on Netflix is “Emily in Paris,” which depicts life in a Parisian communications agency. This series is an allegory and seeks to emphasize the French way of life according to the American point of view. The main point in this series is to see how France is represented within the series.
Monsters have nowadays gained popularity in the media. People are obsessed with these fictional creatures not only for their powers…