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LOCKDOWN MUST SEES

The Netherlands is on lockdown again. Which means plenty of streaming and bingewatched. Light the fireplace and snuggle up on the couch for the best documentaries, movies and series of the moment.Text: Larissa Schaule Jullens
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Start-up

Four days ago, this intriguing series about young, Korean entrepreneurs was released on Netflix. These entrepreneurs looking to realize their virtual dreams compete for success and love in Korea's cut-throat high-tech sector. The optimistic Seo Dal-mi - the protagonist - dreams of becoming CEO of an international company. She ends up at a tech company in Seoul where she manages to position herself higher and higher up the ladder. Becoming successful in Korea is not easy: it requires hard work. This series is a real eye-opener for anyone in the business world.

Wine Masters

Wine lovers beware! In the Wine Masters series, all the ins and outs about wine - including the different varieties and flavors - are told in an instructive way. The five-part series is set in different parts of France: Bordeaux, Rhone, Loire, Burgundy and Alsace. Each area characterizes itself differently. The leading wine masters tell the best stories about the origins of famous grapes and terroirs. As a viewer, you will be taken to the basics of famous grape varieties and the stories of passionate families behind the wines are also revealed. Two leading Masters of Wine, Tim Atkin and Jeannie Cho Lee, share their knowledge, critical opinions and honest findings about regions, wines and wine producers. The Wine Masters series can be seen on Pathe Home.

Hillary

The four-part documentary series Hillary offers an exclusive look into the world of America's most admired woman: Hillary Clinton. Director Nanette Burstein gained unprecedented access to the American former first lady, senator, secretary of state and presidential candidate. This docu includes personal interviews with Hillary, her husband Bill, and friends of the couple also appear on camera. Journalists show never-before-seen campaign footage from 2016 exclusively for this documentary. The result is a remarkable, intriguing and moving portrait of the life and career of an extraordinary woman in American politics. Highly recommended! This documentary can be seen on NPO Plus.