Is 2022 over? Ended 2022 Are things over to see? Never! That’s why we recover 10 deliveries from last year of There we met, the NO screen podcastwhere every week Javier Aguirre shares with you via YouTube Y in your newsletter a new recommendation of things to see: series of all kinds, epic documentaries, sports moments, Korean teen horror, alien journalism, galactic gauchos… all the flashing that is filmed ends up on your screen.
► Suddenly, Flash: the girl in the blue bikini (#100)
A virtual adventure in four steps, a random search. If you have comedians, garage bands, superheroes, pop stars and scorers from the B… it sure is worth it.
► Mr. Harrigan’s Phone: Stephen King’s cell phone (#97)
Based on Stephen King’s short story, this terrifying and exciting film brings a fabled, ghostly, techie story with a touching bond between a boy and a dying old man.
► The Stone Roses: Made of Stone: drapie flower (#78)
Documentary about the comeback operation that the iconic Manchester band had in 2012 until, in full swing, they ended up grabbing and rotting it again.
► Do not look up: the boludo is the other (#60)
Two scientists discover that a large asteroid like Aconcagua is going to destroy the Earth within six months… but they can’t get anyone to pay attention to them.
► Ghosts: Shut up, ghost (#94)
A supernatural comedy of anachronisms, terrors, and changing moral views of the various eras, testing the limits of the “ghost” concept.
► Almost happy: from Villa Crespo to New York (#71)
The series that follows the radio star Sebastián Wainraich in the first person in his life almost full of almost happiness, ideal for difficult people in general.
► Hell in the storm: I am a crocodile (#79)
Half catastrophe cinema, half terror with wild fauna, it proposes a hurricane and flood situation that becomes even more complicated when the houses are filled with crocodiles.
► The Beatles and India: almost a religious experience (#98)
The artistic, emotional and cultural involvement of George, John, Paul and Ringo with Indian music, in a tribal crossroads full of links with psychedelia, surrealism and faith.
► The Sinner: detective pride (#68)
A self-destructive and long-suffering detective, who in each season, while investigating the crime in question, seeks his redemption with extreme experiences, always on the verge of losing it.
► Be eternal: and the rest does not matter at all (#101)
The docuseries about the fury and glory of Messi and the Scaloneta who was crowned champion at the Maracana, with an unexpected, heroic harangue that anticipated fate in Qatar.