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With the extended Diwali celebration coming to an end last weekend, you can catch up on the latest series on OTT platforms this weekend. In a world where serial killers are being made like Coke bottles, this time with a World War I film, it teaches us the futility of war.
Good Nurse (Netflix)
A tense thriller based on real events, The Good Nurse is about Amy (Jessica Chastain), a caring nurse who suffers from a serious heart condition. Her night shift at the hospital is becoming too much of a burden for her, so her new nurse Charlie (Eddie Redmayne) joins her team to ease her pressure. Over the long nights together, they eventually develop a strong friendship and provide the much-needed support Amy sought. When it comes to prime suspects, things take a strange turn.
All Quiet on the Western Front (Netflix)
Set in 1917 Germany during World War I, the film tells the story of Paul Baumer, who lies about his age and wants to enlist in the army with his friends. As the war drags on, suffering and fear begin to surround them as they fight for their survival with little experience. Depicting the futility of war, the film is an adaptation of the 1929 novel by Erich His Maria His Remarque.
Indian Predator: Murder in Court (Netflix)
As Netflix ramps up its obsession with serial killers, we see the arrival of Murder in a Courtroom, the third part of the Indian Predator documentary series. It’s about Yadav. Ironically, the police arrested him for his own protection as the movement to punish him grew. During his Nagpur district court hearing in 2004, hundreds of women forced their way into the courtroom and lynched him.