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Sundance Now November 2021 Schedule Revealed

Sundance Now has announced the movies and TV series that are coming to the AMC Networks-owned streaming service in November. The Sundance Now November 2021 lineup includes world-class dramas, mysteries and comedies from Britain and beyond.

The Sundance Now November 2021 lineup includes three-part psychological thriller Too Close, season two of Stella Blómkvist, Hollington Drive, and much more.

Sundance Now November 2021 Schedule Revealed

SUNDANCE NOW NOVEMBER 2021

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 1

The Graduate
Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman, Tootsie, Midnight Cowboy) has just finished college and, back at his parents’ house, he’s trying to avoid the one question everyone keeps asking: What does he want to do with his life? An unexpected diversion crops up when he is seduced by Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft, Great Expectations, The Turning Point), a bored housewife and friend of his parents. But what begins as a fun tryst turns complicated when Benjamin falls for the one woman Mrs. Robinson demanded he stay away from, her daughter, Elaine (Katharine Ross, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid). (1967, Drama)

The Dead
Gabriel Conroy (Donal McCann, Out of Africa, Stealing Beauty) and wife Greta (Anjelica Huston, The Witches, The Addams Family) attend an early January dinner with friends at the home of his spinster aunts, an evening which results in an epiphany for both of them (1987, Drama).

50/50
Adam Lerner (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) has always tried to take good care of his health, so it comes as a cruel surprise when he learns that he has malignant tumors along his spine. His doctor gives him a 50/50 chance of survival, but Adam tries to remain upbeat, though his mother (Anjelica Huston) and his friend Kyle (Seth Rogen), react badly to the news. Adam starts seeing a therapist (Anna Kendrick), but their relationship threatens to cross the boundary between doctor and patient. (2011, Drama)

Sundance Now November 2021

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 4

One Lane Bridge Season 2, Episode 5 – FINALE
In the Season 2 finale, Ariki (Dominic Ona-Ariki, The Commons) makes an arrest, only to discover a new clue and a betrayal. (5 of 5 episodes, 2021)

Too Close
The three-part psychological thriller centers around forensic psychiatrist Dr. Emma Robertson (Emily Watson), who must assess criminal suspect Connie Mortensen (Denise Gough, The Fall, Colette) – only to fall victim to Connie’s insightful, yet manipulative nature. Connie has a searing insight into Emma’s deepest insecurities and starts to brutally exploit them.

Ultimately, their sessions are meant to uncover what happened on the night when Connie’s despicable crime occurred. To do that, Emma must uncover the truth around Connie’s complex relationship with her beautiful best friend, Ness (Thalissa Teixeira, Two Weeks to Live, Trigonometry), which seemingly triggered Connie’s psychological descent. (3 episodes, 2021) *Binge Premiere

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 8

The Liberators
At the end of World War II, hundreds of thousands of precious cultural treasures remained missing. In 1986, German museum officials hired a graduate student to search the National Archives for clues to their missing works. One of the most valuable was the Quedlinburg Treasure. Willi Korte, a career treasure hunter, has spent the past several decades of his life looking for these missing valuables and now he’s telling his story in his own words. (2016, Documentary)

Tuscaloosa
In 1972, as Vietnam War protests and racial tensions rise, a recent college graduate, Billy (Devon Bostick, Diary of a Wimpy Kid), spends his summer working in a psychiatric hospital where he falls for a beautiful patient, Virginia (Natalia Dyer, Stranger Things). (2011, Drama)

Chicago 10
Deftly combining contemporary commentary with archival materials and animated reenactments, “Chicago 10” examines the demonstrations at the 1968 Democratic Convention and their eruption into rioting in the wake of police provocation. From the aftermath of five days of conflict emerges the trial of the controversial Chicago Eight, activists who include pacifist David Dellinger (Dylan Baker, Selma) and Youth International Party founders Abbie Hoffman (Hank Azaria, Brockmire) and Jerry Rubin (Mark Ruffalo, The Avengers). (2007, Documentary)

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 11

Stella Blomkvist, Season 2 – Exclusive Premiere
Set two years after the events in the Ministry, that changed the political landscape of Iceland, season two of Stella Blómkvist finds our eponymous character back to her old tricks defending criminals and hustling her way through the court system. Meanwhile Stella’s ex-lover/current Prime Minister Dagbjört is causing massive social upheaval with her war chest full of money from the Chinese government.

This is a changed world, and not to everyone’s liking. But when a series of new cases demand Stella’s attention, she will have her wits, her sense of justice and even her belief in herself, truly tested. And of course, there will be diabolical murders to solve. (6 episodes, 2021) *Binge Premiere

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 15

Peace Officer
Peace Officer is a feature documentary about the increasingly militarised state of American police as told through the story of William “Dub” Lawrence, a former sheriff who established and trained his rural state’s first SWAT team only to see that same unit kill his son-in-law in a controversial standoff 30 years later. (2015, Documentary)

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 16

The Wimbledon Kidnapping – Exclusive Premiere
Britain’s first kidnap and ransom case galvanised the nation in 1969. In leafy, suburban Wimbledon Muriel McKay was kidnapped by mistake, the real target being the wife of media tycoon, Rupert Murdoch. In an era that signalled the phenomenon of tabloid press, McKay’s mysterious disappearance confounded the police, Fleet Street and hundreds of clairvoyants in their search for the respectable 55-year-old housewife. For the first time, all of the key players in this astonishing crime tell their side of the story: one of the men convicted, the daughters of the kidnapped woman who took the ransom calls and the family of the second kidnapper. (2020, Documentary)

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 18

Hollington Drive, Episode 1 – Exclusive Premiere
On a Summer evening in the seemingly idyllic suburb of Hollington Drive, 10-year-old Alex is declared missing. As grief tears through the community, sisters Theresa and Helen fight to hold their lives and their families together. Secrets and lies begin to surface as long-held facades falter. (4 episodes, 2021)

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 22

The Woman Who Loves Giraffes
Dr. Anne Innis Dagg re-traces the steps of her groundbreaking 1956 journey to South Africa to study giraffes in the wild – and discovers a startling contrast between the world of giraffes she once knew and the one it has become. Weaving through the past and present, her harrowing journey gives us an intimate look into the factors that destroyed her career and the forces that brought her back. (2019, Documentary)

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 25

Finding Joy Season 1
Amy Huberman (Striking Out, The Clinic) created, wrote, and stars in this quirky, life-affirming Irish comedy. Orderly, structured Joy is dealing with a messy breakup when a new work assignment forces her to look for happiness in the most unusual places. “Huberman has warm, almost effortless likeability in spades” -Independent (Ireland). Series 1 guest stars Aisling Bea (This Way Up, Home Sweet Home Alone). (6 episodes, 2018) *Binge Premiere

Hollington Drive, Episode 2 – Exclusive Premiere
On a Summer evening in the seemingly idyllic suburb of Hollington Drive, 10-year-old Alex is declared missing. As grief tears through the community, sisters Theresa and Helen fight to hold their lives and their families together. Secrets and lies begin to surface as long-held facades falter. (4 episodes, 2021)

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 29

Obit.
Obit. is the first documentary to explore the world of these writers and their subjects, focusing on the legendary team at The New York Times, who approach their daily work with journalistic rigor and narrative flair. Going beyond the byline and into the minds of those chronicling life after death on the freshly inked front lines of history, the film invites some of the most essential questions we ask ourselves about life, memory, and the inevitable passage of time. What do we choose to remember? What never dies? (2017, Documentary)

Lovesick
Dr. Suniti Solomon is the trailblazing doctor who discovered HIV in India. She gives hope to her patients through marriage matchmaking. Two patients, Karthik, a lonely bachelor who keeps his HIV status a secret, and Manu, who’s dedicated to finding Mr. Right, search for love under the shadow of HIV. With the doctor’s help, they find each other, a new life, and a new outlook on living with HIV. (2017, Documentary)


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