It's time for drama again! After working so hard all day, of course, you want to relax when you get home! In September, Netflix has many wonderful movies and dramas that worth watching, including fantasy thrillers, youthful inspirations, adventures, and others.
1. "Young Wallander" - September 3
Adapted from the work of the same name by the Swedish best-selling novelist Henning Mankell.
The background of the story is set in Sweden in 2020. It describes the deeds of iconic detective Kurt Wallander investigating his first criminal case. The story focuses on the formative experiences – professional and personal – faced by Kurt as a recently graduated police officer in his early twenties.
2. "Record of Youth" - September 7
The plot is based on the story of young people who advance toward their dreams in their own ways. Sa Hye-Jun (Park Bo-Gum), who has a frank and cheerful personality, dropped out of college because of his poor family. He became a model to make money to take care of his mother but was deceived by his representative.
Fortunately, he met the make-up artist An Jeong-Ha (Park So-Dam), and the actor Won Hae-Hyo (Byeon Woo-Seok) who accompanied him to work hard for his dream of becoming an actor.
3. "ALIVE" - September 8
The story is adapted from the script of Hollywood screenwriter Matt Naylor. It is described that an unknown virus infected all the Seoul people and make them become cannibalistic zombies. One day, Oh Joon-woo (Yoo Ah-in) discovered that the scene outside the room was very different, and everyone became zombies. He tried his best to resist the invasion of zombies.
After fighting alone for many days, his will to survive became weak. He decided to kill himself. At this time, he found that the survivor of the apartment opposite Kim Yoo-bin (Pak Shin-Hye). Two of them helped each other out of danger with the belief of surviving.
4. "The Duchess" - September 11
Written and acted by Katherine Ryan who is the producer too. She challenged the script for the first time to create a subversive London single mother. In addition to working hard to take care of her 10-year-old daughter, while maintaining a new relationship, she also met different life incidents. Can she successfully overcome this life difficulty?
5. "The Devil All the Time" - September 16
Adapted from the award-winning novel by Donald Ray Pollock and directed by Antonio Campos. The story began in Knockemstiff spanning the time between World War II and the Vietnam War.
The young resident Arvin Russell (Tom Holland) struggles to counter threats to him and his family, including the insidious pastor played by Robert Pattinson, the couple with twisted personality (Riley Keough & Jason Clarke), and the cunning sheriff played by Sebastian Stan. The story of the film is tense and suspenseful, and the plot is complex.
6. "Enola Holmes" - September 23
This story is adapted from Nancy Springer’s mystery novel "Enola Holmes Mysteries", which is loved by readers around the world.
It is starred by Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, and Sam Claflin.
It developed from the female perspective and it begins with the Sherlock Holmes family background where they fight with wits and strengths while pursuing the truth about the disappearance of their mother.
7. "The School Nurse Files" - September 25
The story is adapted from a best-selling novel. A school nurse, Ahn Eun-young (Jung Yu-mi) can see the creatures that other people can't see. She is a little weird in the eyes of other people, but she has the magical power of exorcism to kill these creatures.