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Life in the Doghouse 2018 ALL 1h 23m LGBTQ Films A couple operates a bustling dog rescue out of their own home, vowing to give a safe space to the neediest pups on the planet -- 10,000 and counting.
Once the butterfly is ready to emerge, the case around the pupa splits open. But it’s not time for take off just yet, as the wings are at first wet, soft and wrinkled against its body. The butterfly waits for its wings to dry, and pumps a liquid called hemolymph into them so that they become big and strong. Once fit for flight, this brilliant bug then takes to the air in search for flowers.
Ava DuVernay’s new documentary about mass incarceration made me feel ashamed. After it ended, I thought about how much I’d gotten used to in just under two years of covering the criminal.
Here’s an idea: there are loads of educational children’s shows on Netflix to try out. Access to Netflix is like having one of the world’s largest libraries of video content at your fingertips. There’s something for almost every aspect of education: children can learn about dinosaurs, outer space or the human body.
Spring is just around the corner and as we’re all counting down the days until we can set our clocks back to “not stupid time,” Netflix is rolling out a bunch of original content, including.
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This groundbreaking Netflix documentary series was filmed over the course of 10 years. It examines the complicated life of Steven Avery, who spent 18 years in prison despite being wrongfully convicted of sexual assault. He was fully exonerated in 2003 by DNA evidence. However, a few years after his release, he was accused of murder and found guilty, being sent back to prison.