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Series, films, documentaries: our streaming selection for the month of February


From the final episode of Xavier Dolan's psychological thriller to the event adaptation of the video game The Last of Us, via the first French series created by Apple TV+, streaming platforms are diversifying. And help us get through the winter.


The Young Girl and the Sea

(February 3)

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Teagan Croft is Jessica Watson, the youngest person to circumnavigate the globe solo, nonstop and unassisted.


Teagan Croft plays Jessica Watson, an Australian sailor who unofficially holds the record for the youngest skipper on a non-stop round the world sail.

She survived seven falls into the sea for 210 days.

We are then in 2010, and she is only 16 years old.

The Exchange

(February 8)

In 1980s Kuwait, on the eve of Saddam Hussein's invasion of the country, two women set out to become the pioneers of the Kuwaiti stock market.

And to disrupt the club of corrupt men hitherto at the helm of business.

Inspired by real events.

You at my house and vice versa

(February 10)

One is a hardened bachelor, embracing the turmoil of New York life.

The other is a mother with a millimetric daily life, who raises her son alone in Los Angeles.


Your House and Vice Versa

, Debbie (Reese Witherspoon) and Peter (Ashton Kutcher), two former lovers turned best friends, decide to switch lives.

They then understand that “what they want may not be what they need”.

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You at my house and vice versa

On video, the trailer for

The Exchange


How I Met Your Father

, Season 2 (February 15)

Hilary Duff portrays Sophie in

How I Met Your Father.

2023 Disney

Sophie (Hilary Duff) tells her son the story of meeting his father.

A story that catapults us into modern-day New York where Sophie and her close-knit group of friends are figuring out who they really are, what they want out of life, and how to fall in love in this age. dating apps and nearly endless options.

J-Hope In the Box

(February 17)

Jung Ho-seok, better known as J-Hope, is a South Korean rapper, dancer, songwriter and producer.

2023 Disney

This documentary offers an exclusive insight into the creative process of J-Hope, lead singer of

South Korean

boy band BTS, during the recording sessions for his first solo album,

Jack in the Box.

Anatomy of a Divorce

(February 22)

Toby Fleishman (Oscar nominee Jesse Eisenberg), recently estranged 40s, gets back to dating via dating apps.

But just as his first summer of sexual freedom begins, his ex-wife, Rachel (Emmy Award-winning Claire Danes), disappears, leaving him with the kids with no idea where she is or whether she's coming back.

Based on

Fleishman's in Trouble

(2021), Taffy Brodesser-Akner's bestselling novel

Anatomy of a Divorce

reunites a five-star cast plus Emmy-nominated Lizzy Caplan and Adam Brody.

In video, the trailer of

Bullet Train

Read alsoBrad Pitt, all in bob and repartee, Sandra Bullock and her headphones board the

Bullet Train


Bullet Train

(February 3)

In David Leitch's feature film released in 2022, Brad Pitt plays Ladybug, an assassin responsible for seizing a mysterious briefcase.

An object coveted by four other mercenaries, all aboard the same train.

Sandra Bullock plays Maria Beetle, Ladybug's assistant, with whom the latter communicates almost exclusively by telephone.

Read alsoBrad Pitt, all in bob and repartee, Sandra Bullock and her headphones board the

Bullet Train

The Night Laurier Gaudreault Woke Up

, Final Episode (February 6)

After having made eight films in ten years and before taking a break, Xavier Dolan, 33, is directing a five-episode miniseries for Canal+,

The Night Where Laurier Gaudreault Woke Up


By adapting this play by Michel Marc Bouchard (Xavier Dolan had already brought

Tom à la ferme

, by the same author to the screen), the Quebec director is tackling a genre he particularly likes: the psychological thriller.

The story is that of three brothers who, on the death of their mother, reunite with their sister after years of separation.

Heavy family secrets resurface, everyone tries to survive this forced reunion.

On this occasion, the French platform is making Xavier Dolan's filmography available.

48th Cesar ceremony

(February 24)

A flagship partner of cinematographic creation in France, the Canal+ group supports 38 feature films nominated for the Césars.

All are or will soon be broadcast on the platform:

En Corps, Novembre, Waiting for Bojangles, L'Innocent, La nuit du 12, Les Amandier, À plein temps, Saint Omer

, etc.

Prime Video

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

(February 1)

Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett in

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

by David Fincher.


It's the story of a man (Brad Pitt) who was born at 80 and lived his life upside down, unable to stop the course of time.

Set in New Orleans and adapted from a short story by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the film follows his tribulations from 1918 to the present day.

With Cate Blanchett, Julia Ormond and Tilda Swinton.

The Last of Us

, season 1 episode 4 (February 6)

Described by the BBC as "the best adaptation of a video game", this series immerses us in a post-apocalyptic world, where the hero Joel Miller (Pedro Pascal) is invested with the mission of saving humanity in the process of being decimated by a fungus.

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The Last of Us

, the irresistible rise of Nico Parker, 18, daughter of Thandiwe Newton

Clara Luciani: It starts like this

(February 8)

The documentary retraces the career of the artist, from his beginnings in Martigues to his dazzling success.

The film team followed the French singer over more than 24 months, from the recording of her second album


(2020) to her concert in front of more than 15,000 people at the Accor Arena in Paris, including her triumph at the Victoires de la musique 2022 and her commitment to the Maison des femmes de Marseille in particular.

In video, the Clara Luciani trailer

: It starts like this



(February 24)

Vincent Cassel and Eva Green in




Written by Virginie Brac, known for her work in




is the first series created by Apple TV+.

This contemporary thriller, starring Vincent Cassel and Eva Green, shows how the mistakes of the past can destroy the future.

In this gripping plot, espionage and political machinations clash with a passionate and tenacious love story.

Hello Tomorrow!

(February 17)

In a retro-futuristic world, a group of traveling salesmen are on a mission to sell shared properties on the moon.

Emmy Award-winning Billy Crudup plays the character of Jack, a highly talented and ambitious salesman, whose unwavering faith in a better future motivates his colleagues, invigorates his desperate customers, but threatens to leave him dangerously lost in the dream that makes him live.

The Reluctant Traveler

(February 24)

Eugene Levy in episode 6 of the first season of

The Traveler.


This eight-episode series follows Eugene Levy as he visits some of the world's most beautiful and intriguing destinations in Costa Rica, Finland, Italy, Japan, the Maldives, Portugal, South Africa and the United States, exploring notable hotels and the places and cultures that surround them.

Lionsgate+ shuts down

No news on the French streaming platform Lionsgate +, which, in March, will bow out.

Faced with the streaming giants (Netflix, Prime Video and Disney + have between 150 and 220 million subscribers), the platform with 30 million subscribers has not been able to make the weight in France.

It will continue to exist under the name of StarzPlay on the Anglo-Saxon market.

Source: lefigaro

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