Seen on Netflix

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For years I resisted the call of Netflix, I was too afraid to be caught in the spiral of binge watching and of letting my social life dwindle (SPOILER ALERT : Netflix isn’t responsible for my non-existing social life these past 2 months) but since end of december, with the cosy Christmas atmosphere, I decided to give it a go and subscribed.

And I don’t regret it! (especially during the lockdown period!) Especially since it didn’t really infringe on my other activites (I watch it during the evenings or a bit on the week-end, instead of the boring/anxiety-inducing programs of the traditional telly). I am almost up to date on my “series” culture (although I still have a lot of things to watch … cult series included, but I’m not losing hope!) but above all, I found tailored programs for my culinary and getaway tastes.

So here is my list of what I have watched up to now (I might enrich it as time goes by) (=do not hesitate to share your recommendations in the comments!) Maybe you’ll be inspired if you are looking for new things to watch …. or know what to avoid! (that being said, I’m a “make-your-own-opinion” type of person… you never know, we don’t all like the same things!)


Japan and Asia

I listed everything I watched that has something to do with Asia, with a strong Japan prevalence, you know me!



1st series I saw on Japan : I just loved the kindness, empathy, tolerance and warmth of this Queer Team that helps japanese people take back their life, be it in terms of looks, self-esteem or decoration. Some tears might be shed and emotions had in in the Land of the Rising Sun.



Terrace House “Tokyo 2019-2020”


This japanese reality show was my (not so secret) indulgence for the beginning of 2020 and the beginning of the lockdown period. I discovered the seasons backwards, and started off with Tokyo 2019-2020 (which is still ongoing) and then followed with Opening new doors 2018, Boys and girls in the city 2015-2016 and finished with Hawaii Aloha State 2016-2017, the only available seasons on Netflix (I’m really rooting for the other seasons to be added to the catalogue).

My Instagram Stories and post are already stock full of debriefs, but to sum it up, if you are a fan of Japan, of japanese culture, and if you like analysing human behavior, following pretty romances (and drooling in front of all the japanese food), this is a show for you.

Terrace House “Opening New Doors 2018” with my favorite cute couple <3 (Credit photo : Sam Byford)


My favorite season is Opening New Doors (up to the end of part 3, the rest wasn’t really interesting to me afterwards) for the super cute side of the couple in question and the cozy feel of the place (a chalet in the mountains). If I go back to Japan at some point, I’ll be making a stop in Karuizawa for sure!

I also liked the end of the Tokyo 2019-2020 season, with the apparition of a very charismatic, talented and funny italian candidate : Peppe! The one I liked the least was Hawaii Aloha State because the japanese culture really took a backseat, but it was fun to watch anyway.



I watched the 1st episode and wasn’t really convinced by the rythm and the story, even though theoretically, all the ingredients were there (japanese food, intimate restaurant …) and it’s an adaptation of the “Midnight Diner” japanese manga (which is apparently very good). Maybe I should give it another go, but the mixed reviews aren’t really helping in motivating me…



I was pretty intrigued by the 1st episode, that took place in an old Korean kingdom, with a terrifying zombie invasion, but I watched the following episodes with a distracted eye, and followed the series more through the eyes of my S.O, who was much more assiduous than I and who didn’t want to wait for me to watch the rest (=I had an illustration order to finish : I did sit through the episodes, but wasn’t really focused).

My S.O loved it, and I did very much enjoy the beautiful images (didn’t quite follow the scenario though, haha). Anyway, sorry for this poor quality review! But I did have to mentione it because it is worth it if you give it your whole focus.



A documentary that gets your mouth watering, and that explores different street food specialties in Asia. From Bangkok to Seoul, passing through Osaka, strong and often very touching personalities share their stories with us around plates of staple street food.


A not very popular Ghibli animation and I understand why! The movie is not particularly beautiful and the characters are not really endearing (including Rikako who is particularly irritating) not to mention the story is a bit far-fetched. I only watched it because the story takes place in the town of Kōchi in Shikoku and I wanted to compare it with my travel memories. But if not, I wouldn’t recommend it.



I haven’t seen the “Love is blind” shows from other countries because the “reality TV” concept of this kind of show doesn’t really interest me anymore. I was tempted by the Japanese version because, as in Terrace House, I like to observe the differences in behaviour in Japan compared to our Latin culture.

Quite slow to start (during the first phase in which they cannot see each other) but then I got caught up in the romances (which will seem quite timid via our western eyes) and was touched by one couple in particular, ultra cute (can you guess which one?).



Les Séries

The bus scene in Sex Education <3


I didn’t start everything that is on my Netflix list, because I find a series does require some attention and committment to finish, but here is what I’ve watched so far :



Huge favorite even though at the beginning I thought that with a title like that it would be a bit stupid, with American Pie level humour. Of course, sex is at the heart of the series, but it’s talked about in a smart way, openly and with a sincerity and sensibility in the characters that makes you love it and be impatient about season 3 coming out. The story takes place in a small english town, so extra points for the british touch!



I had heard so much about this series, it may have been one of the main reasons I subscribed! And I wasn’t disappointed … (except maybe for season 2, that I found less interesting) ; the young actors are absolutely brilliant, Winona Ryder is awesome, and the 80s atmosphere is perfect for those of us who might be a bit nostalgic. I am a bit curious about what season 4 will bring, I’m afraid they may not be able to reinvent themselves.



Mini-series of 7 episodes, that you can easily watch over a weekend. Realized by Ryan Murphy (who is also behind Glee : that I haven’t watched yet = I’m telling you, I’m behind on a lot of series, but I’m working hard on catching up!), it takes place in the 40s in the USA and the scenario paints the hollywood movie world in a more or less glamorous way, that could probably be compared to our actual world. An interesting and pleasant watch that brings up a lot of questions on homophobia, accepting one another, bullying and the power given to women.



I bought the DVD set last year because Ewan Mc Gregor is in the 3rd season (fan attitude!). I had seen seasons 1 and 2 (and liked season 1 better, with a Martin Freeman that I found absolutely disconcerting!) and I’m currently watching season 3 with a double dose of Ewan, who is brilliant (I may not be totally objective). Each season can be watched independently because the intrigue is different, but it is often a question of murders and police affairs in the heart of Minnesota.



The 3 seasons of this series kept me on the edge of my seat during the summer: Murder, suspense and high school romances sprinkled with eroticism. It seems that a new season is being prepared but in my opinion, it might be too much. The plot is gripping without requiring too much thought/concentration.


Elite crew and Lily Collins in Emily in Paris



A series that can be watched in a weekend with a fantasized Paris that is as pretty as a postcard. The clichés are numerous (but often true!), the scenes are not particularly realistic but despite everything, it’s not silly but rather funny.

It allows you to clear your head in front of characters sometimes beautiful, sparkling, charming or shamefully obnoxious, as in any light series of this kind. The team of actors seems to have had a good time and it can be felt, whether it is Lily Collins, Lucas Bravo, Ashley Park or Philippine Leroy Beaulieu



A mini series that can also be watched in a weekend. Paul Rudd hits the nail in this double role of himself facing himself. The performance is quite bluffing and the scenario based on a declining couple relationship and clones is rather catchy.



This light-hearted series that everyone was talking about, required that I take a look at it. Being a fan of romances, I didn’t manage to be seduced by this one. I didn’t care for the main couple (even if the heat was meant to be torrid between them, their seduction game seemed rather poor and Daphne’s blandness/naivety annoyed me) nor for the script and the often too syrupy direction.



Another series for the benefit of Ewan, who plays the role of this American fashion designer from the 70s and 80s, Roy Halston Frowick. The story is told in a rather smooth and predictable way (despite the desire to shock via some provocative scenes). It is worth seeing for the sets, the period costumes and the admirable performance of Ewan McGregor, who single-handedly carries the series..



A French series for once! I laughed a lot during season 1 and enjoyed the tone, the original plots and the romance. Season 2 was more flawed but still enjoyable to follow. I found that it got worse in season 3: forced delusions that weren’t very funny, characters that evolved strangely…

Fortunately, the last episode of this final season was quite original and paid tribute to the complicity and love between the characters. 1 or 2 seasons might have been enough in my opinion.



You have to go on my Instagram account to relive our #TKBBDAWSONCLUB marathon that lasted us a good part of 2021 together! This entire rewatching of the 6 seasons of the series (in VO) confirmed to me that this series from the 90s-2000s is still a great festival of emotions, sensitivity and intelligence with avant-garde subjects for the time (yes, I insist). Team Pacey and Team Jen always for me!



Few people have missed this Korean phenomenon : Squid Game. I understand the craze for this series, which is certainly violent, but with a thought-provoking message and a set up that is both aesthetic and disturbing. The success is justified (but I’m not sure a second season would be useful).



Train to Busan


I really have a lot to catch up on movie-wise but here is what I watched lately.



I hadn’t managed to see it when it got out in the theaters, and I’m happy I could see it here : I loved the plot and was totally taken by the stressful/uncomfortable atmosphere of this white american family that meets their black son-in-law for the first time. The message is even more clear with this chilling scenario.



Korean movie about (once more) a zombie invasion : the scenario could be transposed to what we are currently living with the covid-19 pandemic … Apart from the stressful side of the story, it’s interesting to analyse the different behaviors of the characters, and watch some moving scenes. This movie really stuck with me.



I finally watched that Christopher Nolan movie that I missed when it came out. As usual, I’m quite sensitive to his convoluted scripts and so I really enjoyed this somewhat peculiar odyssey into space.



A film devoted to Sherlock Holmes’ sister, played by Millie Bobby Brown (discovered in Stranger Things). The plot is a little light and the tone rather adolescent but Millie’s energy and mischief burst onto the screen. Henry Cavill and Sam Claflin are more in the background. A film not exceptional but rather entertaining.



Film discovered during my Paul Rudd marathon (I decided to watch as many films as possible with him in it) and it was a good surprise: a kind of American version of the French movie “Intouchables” with the charm of Paul in addition! Good feelings (sometimes a bit too moralizing), a bit of impertinence and a rebellious Selena Gomez. Feel good, uplifting and comforting.



A new adaptation of the 1938 detective novel by Daphné du Maurier. A must see for the beautiful images of Monte Carlo, some scary (but useless) scenes and the looks of the main characters but I didn’t believe in this romance between Lily James and Armie Hammer nor in the outcome of the plot, too quickly dispatched.

Alfred Hitchcock’s 1940 version, even if old school and not very modern, seems to me more subtle to appreciate the script.



A Chinese-American animated film directed by Glen Keane, a Disney alumnus. We strongly feel the Disney touch with the singing scenario, the graphics and the rather cute secondary characters. The first part and the end are visually aesthetic/poetic with an immersion in this reconstructed Chinese family.

The rest takes place in a shrill imaginary world, without any real scenaristic interest but which will perhaps please the youngest. The overall message is rather positive and touching but the whole was uneven enough to keep me tight on my seat from beginning to end.



A secret agent movie as we like them with a retro 60s atmosphere: Humor, action and chemistry between the actors (it works well between Alicia Vikander and Armie Hammer… even if since the chilling revelations about him, my enthusiasm has gone down for the latter). Henry Cavill is also part of it, which doesn’t spoil anything. We were hoping for a second movie but it seems to be compromised.



A heavy, slow, contemplative film about grief with an original point of view (from the dead person’s side). I strangely felt little emotion, perhaps because of the slow-motion direction, favouring aesthetics over simplicity.



The emancipation of Yuma, a young disabled Japanese mangaka, overprotected by her mother, is told in this film. A few details prevented me from fully feeling the emotions, but it nevertheless allows us to reflect on difference and disability and to escape visually to Japan and Thailand.



I wanted to discover a 2nd Godard (I had rather liked “À bout de souffle”) by watching this cult film of French cinema featuring icons such as Jean-Paul Belmondo and Anna Karina, but here, I remained insensitive to the strange acting, halfway between a theatrical performance and an experimental art exhibition.



This film by Christopher Nolan, who remains faithful to his convoluted scenarios, is a very good moment. Here, the world of magic is explored in the company of well-known actors (Christian Bale, Hugh Jackman, Scarlett Johansson), with twists and turns to match.



I only watched it for the presence of Ewan Mc Gregor, I confess. The theme of cyber-love was interesting to exploit but one comes out a bit dubious in front of this story which drags on without being fully accomplished. It’s flat and without any real scenaristic or visual interest (except for Ewan of course!).



A country setting against the backdrop of World War II, highlighting the discovery of the archaeological site of Suton Hoo by Basil Brown (Ralph Fiennes), commissioned by an English widow (Carey Mulligan). The pace is rather slow but the atmosphere as well as Carey’s wardrobe may be worth a look.

Credit photo : Larry Horricks



Naomi Watts delivers a fair and sensitive performance as a woman who has been injured in an accident, paralysed in her lower limbs, and who rediscovers happiness thanks to an abandoned magpie. A film full of love and heart lifting.



An immoral yet jubilant storyline about an old people’s scamming ring. I thought a lot about Gone Girl (which I loved). So I was used to the coldness embodied by Rosamund Pike but would have liked the characters’ personalities to be more in-depth to enjoy it even more.



Don’t let the title fool you: it’s not. This Japanese animated film deals with the last moments of life of Sakura, a young girl suffering from an incurable disease, shared with Haruki, an introverted teenager. Sensitivity, poetry and emotion are the order of the day.



This film was much talked about at the end of the year because of the urgent ecological message it wanted to convey. Even though the idea of the end of the world is approached in a satirical way and the performance of the actors (Leonardo Di Caprio, Jennifer Lawrence) is honourable, I was left wanting. The approach was a little too superficial for my taste for the denunciation to be effective.



I really like this genre : I’m pretty romantic, but even if I am a great audience for the “Christmas TV movie” type, I still have a threshold to what I can tolerate in terms of silly and inane!



Following all the good reviews I read about these 2 teen movies, I watched both, but was very much disappointed! Even if the visual approach is rather dynamic, neither the Lara Jean and Peter couple nor the epistolary intrigue resonated with me. I found the characters rather dull and uncharismatic, and even if I am aware that this genre isn’t really about realism, everything seemed fake and overdone. Anyway, I just don’t get it.



On the contrary, this was a great surprise! This is what I call a good romcom! Even if the characters are teens and that I found the story to be unbelievable on a number of issues (Noah’s violence or Lee’s possessiveness are quite disturbing), I was taken by this refreshing and funny californian story, that I thoroughly enjoyed!

There’s rythm, and a certain playfulness brought by the main character Elle, a sweet complicity with her best friend Lee and a physical chemistry with Noah (the actors Joey King and Jacob Elordi were an item in real life, proof that it really works, hehe!). The end was unexpected, and had a nice message. A Kissing Booth 2 is apparently in the works : not sure it will be as good as the 1st, but I’m still eager to watch it! Butterflies in the stomach guaranteed here.



Another disappointment. I don’t often really advise against a movie, but nothing works in this remake of the french movie “Plan de Table” (that I didn’t see, but it seems it is much better than this one). I was expecting more of Sam Claflin (who played in Love, Rosie with Lily Collins, or was known for his more charismatic role as Finnick in Hunger Games) but I found it boring and really fought to make it to the end of this wedding day. There must be people who love this movie, but which planet do they come from?



A romantic comedy that parodies romantic comedies: I found it fresh and funny (with the presence of Rebel Wilson and Liam Hemsworth)



This 2nd opus seduced me less than the 1st one. The alchemy between Elle and Noah wasn’t really present anymore and I didn’t particularly vibrate for the new rival, Marco. It is still pleasant to watch thanks to the energy of the actors but a small disappointment in terms of romance.



A romantic comedy that I would describe as “next door comedy”. The characters and the script are not particularly dreamy, the film is rather long but I was sensitive to the exchanges between the protagonists (Paul Rudd and Reese Witherspoon particularly nice) and in the overall message of the film.

The film was a commercial failure when it was released but perhaps you will be one of the few people like me who were sensitive to it and appreciated the subtlety of this film, which others would describe as boring ?



A beauties from the nineties that looks a bit out of date but still…! It’s nice to see Paul Rudd and Alicia Silverstone back in their early days. The teen movie par excellence which already reveals the disarming charm of our dear Paul (whose main weapons are definitely his look and his facial expressions).


Film seen to honor my Paul Rudd marathon. He plays a secondary role but would be the only character to be saved from this not really funny comedy with irritating characters (I think of Debbie) or without any real thickness.

People expecting a child, having experienced a pregnancy or being fans of Paul Rudd may perhaps find it interesting but you have to force yourself a little anyway.


The sequel to the previous film, this time featuring the couple Pete (Paul Rudd) and Debbie (Leslie Mann). The midlife crisis is approached without any real subtlety or humor in this comedy that drags on and is often too much.



Obviously, the quality deteriorates from 1 to 3. I was totally thrilled with the first episode and disappointed with the second, but I didn’t like the third one at all. Too much fun, no chemistry and a far-fetched scenario, the entertainment isn’t even there.



The world’s most extraordinary homes

Netflix shows and documentaries are generally of a great aesthetic, which I really appreciate.



We follow Samrin Nosrat (Chef and culinary author) that details the 4 aspects of taste in food in exploring different parts of the world (amongst which Japan!) : you can feel her passion overflowing when she talks about food or when she is cooking : it’s inspiring and appetizing!



Here we explore the world’s most beautiful homes with actress Caroline Quentin and architect Piers Taylor. Their british duo works perfectly during the visit of these clearly extraordinary homes, in osmosis with nature and the environning constraints. The decoration is often to my taste and it’s all very dreamy.



Tiny mobile homes are very in at the moment, and they, along with minimalism are the theme of this series. I am a great fan of the cabin/lodge state of mind, and I love it! All the realisations are not to my taste, but they do put things in perspective in terms of how much we actually need to be happy (ah yes! maybe one of those things are a good architect and good workers!!)



I’m not a huge Taylor Swift fan (I do like her songs though) and I wanted to know more about her personnality, that I find a bit too smooth and victimizing. The documentary does show her in a very favorable light, but it allows (even if it does feel very controlled) to see what is going on behind the scenes for this american popstar.

My opinion of Taylor Swift didn’t change much after having seen this show : still a bit victimizing (sometimes rightly so), very control freak, but what you can’t put in doubt is her work ethic and her qualities as a musician. The true fans will appreciate. (English translation by Marine)



This documentary is the testimony of Josh and Ryan, the 2 creators of the podcast of the same name The Minimalists, who travel all over America to share their experience of “Living better with less”.

It’s quite interesting to listen to Josh the former workaholic, drowned in his work, whose house was overflowing with objects. His radical decision to free himself from all material things to live more qualitatively is quite inspiring and can open the way to personal reflection for his own consumption and life goals.



An ecological documentary in which we follow Zac Efron and his friend Darin Olien to the 4 corners of the world (so we agree: carbon footprint is not ok :-)) to discover the alternatives of sustainable ecology and good initiatives in favor of the environment.

A lot of candor from Zac and some good ideas to grasp on the fly. We don’t push the analysis in depth, but it can be a first approach in ecological awareness.



A series of programs on storage not really in the same vein as Marie Kondo: Here, we’re not talking about sorting, but about reorganizing cupboards based on plastic bins and filing according to the colors of the rainbow.

I didn’t really adhere to the concept: the specialists Cléa and Joanna are too agitated, stressed (or pretend to be to put on a show) and the result is neat, but you don’t come out of it with any real practical tricks. Only the episode with the actress Reese Witherspoon interested me since we discover her wardrobe of films and ceremonies: collector!



A French reality show following the lives of the Kretz family, who specialise in luxury real estate. The properties shown are sublime. The acquisitions are unattainable for the average person, but the decor is inspiring and the suspense is cleverly maintained through small daily dramas within the family. It is easy to watch.



The amazing true story of a fake millionaire who managed to extract huge sums of money from women looking for true love, dazzled by a luxurious lifestyle and glitter. It is said that this scammer has his own version of events which he will soon reveal. In any case, this case reveals the problem of self-esteem and the importance of creating an illusory life for oneself, whether on the side of the swindler or the swindled…



A decorating show that didn’t really convince me. Even if the interiors are clean and uncluttered, I wasn’t touched by the rather controlled aesthetic or by the “model American family” side of the Mc Gees, specialists in home makeovers.



A documentary about the rapid rise to success of the Belgian singer Angèle. Everything is told in a touching, fresh and sincere way. Special mention to Angèle’s grandmother, with whom we would love to share a teatime. (English translation by Quiterie)


Credits photos : Netflix
Crédits illustrations : Tokyobanhbao


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    S’il y a bien une série à voir sur la nourriture japonaise (les desserts plus précisément) c’est Kantaro: The Sweet Tooth Salaryman ! Complètement déjanté mais le salaryman addict de gourmandises, nous emmène déguster les spécialités de vrais enseignes Tokyoites ! J’ai fait un petit détour dans quelques unes d’entre elles en janvier dernier et un vrai délice ! Je te conseille à 200%

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      ahhh ça me dit quelque chose ! Je me demande si ça ne traîne pas quelque part dans ma longue liste de choses à voir 🙂 Merci pour le rappel et la recommandation ! J’espère me pencher vite dessus ! <3

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    S’il y a une série que je devais recommander sur Netflix, c’est Sense8, qui m’a complètement retournée à mon premier visionnage (j’en suis actuellement à mon 3eme ahah). Je n’ai jamais vu rien de tel, le projet est hyper ambitieux (tourné aux 4 coins du monde, ce qui lui a coûté sa longévité auprès de Netflix d’ailleurs) et les rapports humains sont montrés de la plus belle des manières. Malgré le côté science fiction, je n’ai jamais ressenti un tel lien avec les personnages d’une série. Tu l’auras compris, je la recommande grandement !

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    OOOOOOOOOH je te conseille VIVEMENT ANNE WITH AN E !!! je ne l’avais pas dans mes recommandations netflix (car avec pleins de zombies mdr) et je l’ai découvert sur un blog, et j’ai a-do-ré et je me dit que ça te plairait aussi !! c’est le remake de Anne la maison aux pignons verts 🙂 (ou le bonheur au bout du chemin de M6). C’est beau, zero waste, féminin et féministe, j’ai adoré l’ambiance.

    Pour All the boys, j’étais pas trop à fond dans le 1, mais ça me dit quand même de voir le 2. J’ai adoré la jolie chambre de l’héroïne dans le 1, en bleu avec les papillons <3

    Après, au niveau "culture de série", il y a Breaking bad sur Netflix et sa suite Better Call Saul qui ont toutes les deux gagné beaucoup de prix. Et House of Cards aussi qui avait fait un grand effet lors de ses deux premières saisons et qui était la première série de toute à être sortie EN ENTIER d'un coup.

    Merci pour ces petites reviews (même celle en carton mdr). Je jongle avec Amazon Prime (inclus dans l'abonnement prime de livraison gratuite) dont les films sont de qualités aussi. Mais je trouve que la navigation de amazon prime est moins bien que netflix.

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      Merci pour ces idées de visionnage! Alors, ce n’est pas récent mais si comme comédie romantique sympa il y a Home for christmas. Qui ne reinvente pas le genre mais qui est vraiment sympa – et qui se passe en Norvège. On regarde en ce moment Ozark, et on aime aussi Black mirror. Chaque episode est comme un film de 1h, donc tu peux les voir indépendamment et les univers et histoires changent totalement d’un épisode a l’autre. Permet de s’interroger sur notre rapport aux technologies.
      Bonne soirée!

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      @Annie : Merci pour cette reco ! Je note ! Et pour All the boys, ravie de voir que tu as pu trouver ton compte niveau déco car je n’y ai pas été sensible (décidément ! ^^)

      @Cleo : Ahh home for Christmas on me l’avait recommandé à Noël donc je me le garde sous le coude pour novembre décembre, à visionner avec un bon thé de Noël et des biscuits 🙂 et Black mirror et Ozark, je note ! merci !

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    Mister Lapin

    Le documentaire/émission de télé qui nous a enthousiasmé sur Netflix c’est japanese style originator. On apprend plein de choses sur le Japon, sa nourriture, son artisanat. Notre fille a adoré aussi à tel point qu’on a tout regardé deux fois haha.

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    Perso en terme de Japon et de nourriture je te conseille Samouraï Gourmet : sur le parcours attendrissant et gustatif d’un jeune retraité japonais qui découvre que sa passion est la nourriture et l’idéal samouraï. C’est un voyage pour les yeux, le cœur et les papilles

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      Je l’ai mis sur ma liste de choses à voir sur netflix : tu confortes donc que j’ai eu raison de le placer ici 🙂 merci !

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    Il y a un très grand catalogue de séries coréennes chez Netflix. J’ai adoré adoré “Crash Landing on you”!
    Parmi d’autres séries excellentes: the good place, brooklyn 99, crazy ex girlfriend, the crown.

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      ahhh oui j’ai vu ça ! rien qu’en séries coréennes j’ai de quoi m’occuper pour un moment ! Merci à toi (The crown est aussi dans ma to-watch)

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    Bonjour 🙂
    Je laisse peu de commentaires mais je voulais juste dire que …,Midnight Diner, un énorme coup de coeur pour moi. Une série excellente, peut-être un peu lente (c’est aussi une de ses qualités) mais tellement attachante et sympathique ! J’insisterai un peu tout de même.
    Et aussi et forcément la déjà mentionnée Japanese style originator. Si seulement on avait accès à plus d’épisodes !
    Sans parler évidemment de toutes les saisons de Chef’s table et notamment de l’épisode avec la chef coréenne Jeong Kwan (sûrement déjà vu).

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      Hello ! merci de sortir de l’ombre : je vais essayer d’insister lorsque j’aurai un moment … et il me selble que j’avais repéré Chef’s table 🙂 merci !

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    Bah moi j’ai bien aimé « Love Wedding Repeat » J’ai pas trouve ça trop long.
    Dernièrement j’ai regardé la série Summertime sur Netflix et j’ai bien aimé, c’est une teen série italienne, les personnages sont attachants et ça donne envie d’être en été, good vibes!

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      Ah tant mieux pour toi ! haha ! Mais hormis le fait que j’ai trouvé ça long c’est surtout que je n’ai trouvé aucune alchimie entre les différents personnages (voire même, gênants pour certains Cf. le monsieur en kilt ) En tous cas j’ai trouvé LA personne qui a aimé ce film hehe ! 😉 et merci pour la reco !

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    Mes deux recommendations par catégorie 🙂
    Films :
    – The Platform (film Espagnol abordant un sujet assez…. hmmm regarde la bande annonce )
    – Captain Fantastic (Film feel good mais deep à la Into The Wild avec avec un père de famille qui élève dans la nature tous ces enfants)

    Documentaires :
    – Our Planet and Blue Planet. Idéal à mettre en fond si tu bosses ou cuisine… que de belles images !
    – The Down Wall, si tu aimes l’escalade, ou pas ! Perso j’ai adoré rebondissement incroyable pour cette histoire vraie !

    Série :
    – Sense 8
    – Dark (surtout si tu as aimé Stranger Things)

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      Merci pour ces recommandations bien classées et ordonnées ! ^^ The platform je l’avais noté dans ma liste à voir : j’attends que la méteo se gâte pour être dans l’ambiance 🙂

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    Comédies romantiques américaines : She is the man, Sixteen Candles
    Drame romantique chinois : Us & them
    Séries : The Get Down, Godless, Unorthodox

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    La série : “Dead to me” se laisse voir également. J’ai beaucoup aimé “Hollywood”. Merci pour ce post 🙂 Excellente soirée

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      merci à toi ! <3

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        Merci pour les recommandations !
        Si tu aimes les cabanes, sur Netflix il y a un concours organisé par le Pays de Galles, Cabins in the wild (beaux paysages et réalisations originales). J’ai vraiment bien aimé perso.

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    The Kissing Booth ne m’a jamais donné envie (je ne sais pas pourquoi, j’épluche le catalogue netflix de comédies romantiques…). Vu ta reco, j’ai fait le pas hier soir de la regarder et j’ai adoré ! C’est exactement le genre d’histoire que j’aurais pu fantasmer durant mon adolescence ! Du coup merci pour le tips et surtout, hésite pas à refaire des récaps comme ça!

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      ahhh je suis super contente de t’avoir recommandé un film qui t’a plu ! vraiment pour moi je n’y croyais pas trop non plus mais tous les bons ingrédients sont là pour une bonne petite comédie romantique ! le 2eme opus sort fin juillet ! 🙂

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    Hello, merci pour ces recommandations ! J’avoue ne pas encore avoir regardé de séries ou docus japonais, donc c’est l’occasion de piocher dans cette belle liste.

    Si je peux encore ajouter une série que je conseille énormément, c’est Lovesick. Je n’étais jamais tombée dessus jusqu’à ce qu’une amie m’en parle, je l’ai depuis regardée 3 fois et mes amis l’adorent également. Bonus: c’est british, ultra touchant, exempt de tout cliché.. Bref, tu pourrais peut-être bien apprécier 🙂
    Des bises *

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      Merci beaucoup ! Je note ! Tu m’as eue à « British » hahaha

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    Tu pourrais regarder ugly delicious avec David Chand c’est dans la même veine que acide gras… Chefs table aussi c’est fascinant.
    The crown très bien après pour rester bristish downtown Abbey mais c’est désormais sur Amazon Prime.
    Brooklyn 99 petite sitcom très amusante

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      Oui merci ! the crown il faudrait que je me lance dedans rapidement sachant que la nouvelle saison sort le 15 novembre ! Mais il est sur ma liste en tous cas !

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    Merci pour tes recommandations surtout Terrasse House que j’ai bien envie de visionner maintenant !
    Série Coréenne :
    * The secret Life of my secretary j’ai adoré c’est très romantique évidemment
    * My secret Romance : Premier soap que j’ai visionné sur la plateforme et j’ai beauuucoup ri! C’est vraiment drôle et léger tout ce que j’adore
    * un autre mais j’ai oublié ^^

    Série Américaine :
    *Jane the virgin : romance type novela Latino qui suis la vie de Jane qui est vierge évidemment et attend le mariage pour se lancer mais qui par erreur ( visite chez le gyneco) tombe enceinte. C’est drôle, c’est romantique, quelques larmes ( beaucoup pour Jane) il y a une voix off qui nous narre l’histoire. C’est cul-cul à souhait
    *Black Mirror: Doit être visionnée obligatoirement, série qui m’a fait réfléchir sur notre société et ses travers. Comme il est possible de dévier si facilement. Les auteurs on décides de ne plus faire de nouvelles saisons parce que ça donner de mauvaises idées aux gouvernement (voir l’épisode sur les notes sociales, qui est indispensable)
    * Bates Motel : Si tu aimes les séries un peu sombre, celle-ci est inspirée du film psychose.
    *Chewing-gum : série vraiment méconnu parce que complètement atypique mais j’ai beaucoup ri, l’actrice principale est folle ou alors elle joue très bien.
    Deux séries mais qui ne sont pas disponible sur Netflix
    * Euphoria : avec Zendaya, cette série n’a qu’une saison et elle est de toute beauté, j’arrive pas a me l’a sortir de la tête, tout est beau, la BO est géniale, les tenues les dialogues tout ! Choc aussi parce que ça parle d’une ado qui est accro à la drogue et qui fait une overdose, son rapport à la vie et à son entourage. Dispo sur OCS
    * The Marvellous Mrs Maisel : Série génialissime je peux pas dire autre chose, drôle, d’actualité alors qu’elle est situé dans les années 50, les tenues les dialogues tout est bien fais. Pas étonnant qu’ils est tout rafflé. Dispo sur Prime Vidéo
    * The Boys : Série étonnante et un peu gore quelques fois sur les supers héros dans une ère qui pourrait se rapprocher des X-mens, je m’explique, les super héros naissent dans des familles de « moldus ». Dont sept qui sont ultra commercialisées à coup de spots tv, dentifrice ou bière à leur nom.

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      Merci pour cette liste détaillée ! J’ai de quoi encore tenir pour 10 confinements haha

      Euphoria j’arrête pas d’en entendre du bien mais ce n’est pas sur netflix : il va vraiment falloir que je me penche dessus un jour !!

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    Violette. b

    Merci pour ce récapitulatif, et ce partage. J’ai de mon côté complètement craqué pour Suits, 10 ans après tout le monde , Grâce and Frankie, Valeria une niaiserie espagnole super sapée, Notre grande famille pour partir en Suède, il y avait Wanderlust en Australie avec Tony Colette et un truc amoureux à Tokyo…perdu le titre . En japonais The naked director histoire vraie, j’ai calé sur la saison 2 , c’était toujours pareil et très outré.Je vais découvrir tes petites. Dans les très grandes réussites Sex Éducation .

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        Merci à toi ! Suits je l’ai aussi sur ma liste ! Merci beaucoup pour tes idées ! 🙂 et on est d’accord pour Sex education 😉

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