A few days after celebrating another anniversary of the Mexican Revolution in Mexico, and consequently a long weekend, we leave you some recommendations to see in Netflix if you like technology, robots, videogames and related topics.
I am mother
This science fiction movie, which premiered in 2019, tells the story of how the human race was almost wiped out from planet earth. The only hope to repopulate the planet falls into a girl raised by a robot, however, this plan could change when a threat appears.
This film is perfect for those who like to combine technology with utopian apocalypse scenarios, along with a bit of action, from the hand of Clara Rugaard, Rose Byrne and Hilary Swank. Over the course of 1 hour and 53 minutes it’s a movie that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
It is a series set from another era that tells us the beginning of a revolution of four telephone operators in Spain, those who resonate the movement while dealing with love, friendship and work.
Bill Gates Under the Magnifying Glass
If you are a person who follows, or uses Microsoft products, this series puts us in front of Bill gates to learn how his ideas revolutionized the world. In addition, Gates explains his vision and how he sees all those people who were important in his life, as well as the key moment to be able to found your own company, also how it is fighting against climate change.
You like video games? High Score is perfect for you. This documentary tells us about the bases of video games, Anecdotes of how in the 70s and 80s there were successes and even failures in the industry, interviews with people who won the video game championship and even also, exclusive narrations from creators of important companies in the industry and sagas that any gamer remembers fondly.
These are some recommendations to see in Netflix during the weekend, they are focused on those people who like technology but also others who want to learn, full of fiction, documentary or even reality, it is worth reviewing them to understand a little more the context of everything we are currently experiencing.
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