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The Movistar + premieres in September 2021: all the new series and films

Between Alejandro Amenábar’s new blockbuster and a documentary about The Pogues’ leading dipsomaniac there is an apocalypse in Mexico. And this is just a small sample of what Movistar + has for the month of September. The platform kicks off the course with documentaries about music and 9/11, adventure films and exclusive series. These are all his proposals.

Premiere series

The Fortune

Álvaro Mel, Ana Polvorosa, Karra Eklejalde and Stanley Tucci lead an international cast for this ambitious series that starts when a young diplomat confronts an American treasure hunting company over the remains of a sunken Spanish wreck. Alejandro Amenábar directs his first series based on the comic by Paco Roca and Guillermo Corral ‘El tesoro del Cisne Negro’. An ambitious and atypical production that recovers the best traditional adventure genre.

  • Premiere September 30

All September series

  • ‘Billions’ T5 (second part) (7/9)
  • ‘Vigil: nuclear conspiracy’ (13/9)
  • ‘American Rust’ (13/9)
  • ‘Work in Progress’ T2 (19/9)
  • Emmy Awards (9/19)
  • ‘A. P. Bio’ T4 (23/9)
  • ‘La Fortuna’ (30/9)

Movies

New order

Winner of the Jury Prize in Venice, this shocking film plays with ideas of dystopian cinema to make an accurate portrait of the conflicts that generate class differences in Latin American countries (Although it is easy to extrapolate to other corners of the West). Michel Franco uses a rich children’s wedding and real-time narration to launch a story of suspense, tension and social commentary that is pure and metaphorical dynamite.

  • Premiere September 14

All the premieres in September 2021 from Amazon, Filmin and Disney +: 'Y: The Last Man', 'Guardians of the Night', 'Barbarella' and more

Documentaries and premiere events

Crock of Gold: Bebiendo con Shane McGowan’

This September, the Movistar + documentaries are divided into two large groups. On the one hand, the commemorations of the 20th anniversary of 9/11; on the other, a large number of musicals dedicated, among others, to Frank Zappa, Bunbury or the great ‘Soundtrack for a Revolution’, about music and social changes. Very interesting is also this film by the historical British punk expert Julien Temple, where he reviews the long and drunken career of the inimitable Shane MacGowan, frontman of The Pogues.

  • Premiere September 8

All September documentaries

  • ‘Zappa’ (02/9)
  • ‘Rage Against the Machine en concierto’ (03/9)
  • 9/11 20th anniversary special: 9/11: The day the world changed ‘,’ Generation 9/11 ‘and’ 9/11: The man in the air (from 06/9)
  • ‘Crock of Gold: Bebiendo con Shane McGowan’ (08/9)
  • ‘The legacy of Islam’ (08/9)
  • ‘United States vs. China: Titans collide ‘(09/9)
  • ‘Shine a Light’ (10/9)
  • ‘Bunbury Streaming Show’ (15/9)
  • ‘The Seeds of Deception’ (9/15)
  • ‘Black Power, de Steve McQueen’ (16/9)
  • ‘Subnormal: racism at school, by Steve McQueen’ (16/9)
  • ‘Truman and Tennessee: an intimate conversation’ (23/9)
  • ‘Soundtrack for a Revolution’ (26/9)
  • ‘Truffle Hunters’ (29/9)
  • ‘Eden: Remote Paradises’ (no date)
  • ‘Hollywood Spotlight: EMMYS 2021’