The 10 best movies to premiere in September on Netflix

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In September, Netflix renewed its catalog once again, adding more than 70 new titles to the lineup. Considering only the films, Bula put together in a list the ten novelties that are unmissable. As for the original content of the streaming service, the most awaited features are “Enola Holmes” (2020), by Harry Bradbeer, which tells the story of Sherlock Holmes's younger sister; and “O Diabo de Cada Dia” (2020), by Antonio Dias, a Gothic thriller that has aroused curiosity for the dark plot. In addition to these, some classics will also be added to Netflix, such as “Django Livre” (2012), directed by Quentin Tarantino. The films were organized according to the year of release.

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