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Next, the premieres that Amazon Prime Video has prepared for us for the month of April:
– Every day: Premieres on April 1.
Based on David Levithan’s bestseller, it brings the story of Rihannon (Angourice Rice), a
young student who will see how her adolescent love changes her appearance every day. A tender work about the depth of feelings and the volatility of physical appearance.
– At War With My Grandfather: Premiere April 3.
Tim Hill directs Robert de Niro and Uma Thurman in a very close family comedy. Little Peter receives with displeasure the news that he will have to share a room with his grandfather, so he decides to declare war on him to recover his precious space for himself.
– The legend of Sergio Ramos: Premiere on April 9.
Documentary that reviews the career of possibly the best center-back in the history of Real Madrid. After 15 years playing at the highest level, the one from Camas tells us about sacrifice, dedication and the work that goes into staying at the top of professional sports.
– Children of the Zoo Station: Premiere on April 9.
An Amazon Prime original series, which recounts the struggle of Christiane F. and six young Berliners to achieve their happiness by leaving their planned lives behind. A murky and tortuous path in the underworlds of adolescence.
– Downton Abbey: Premiere April 15.
It tells the story of the Crawley family, the owners of a huge estate in the English countryside, in the early 20th century. Directed by Michael Engler and written by Julian Fellowes.
– A two meters from you: Premiere on April 15.
A teenage couple with health problems are in a hospital, and they manage to overcome their fears thanks to the support and love they profess. A romantic drama that is worthwhile. An ode to life in times of pandemic.
– Watched: Premiere on April 15.
Two wedding couples rent a house to enjoy the tranquility of the sea. Classic thriller where an unexpected guest will appear that will keep us attentive to the screen with all five senses.
– Souvenir, wait and life will come: Premiere on April 16.
Director Armond Cohen’s debut feature, this Mexican drama tells the story of Bruno and Isabel, two antagonistic characters, who put a controversial issue on the table these days, surrogacy.
– I care a lot: Premiere on April 16.
It tells the story of Maria Grayson, an unscrupulous young woman who takes advantage of whoever crosses her path, until Jennifer Peterson is identified as her next victim. Then everything changes. Rosamund Pike, Eiza González and Peter Dinklage star in this Golden Globe-winning play written and directed by J. Blakeson.
– The summer we live: Premiere on April 19.
2020 play directed by Carlos Sedes and starring Blanca Suárez and Javier Rey. Isabel, a journalism student, finds an anonymous obituary from 1958 dedicated to Lucía, and awakens in her an irrepressible desire to find out all the details that surround it.
– Abominable: Premiere April 30.
Dreamworks animated comedy set in Japan, where a cute snowman must return to his family, helped by a small and dreamy young woman. Of those stories that soften anyone’s heart.
– Tom Clancy’s No Regrets: Premiere April 30.
It tells the origins of the relentless John Clark, a popular character from the Jack Ryan universe of the Navy Seals, who uncovers an international conspiracy while seeking justice for the murder of his pregnant wife.
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