“My Policeman”, OM-OL, “Salam”… New releases on Amazon Prime Video in November 2022

What’s new on video-on-demand platforms in November 2022? puremedias.com offers you a selection of upcoming releases on Amazon Prime Video. This month is particularly awaited by fans of Harry Styles, Diam’s and… Sofia Essaïdi.

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Tuesday, November 1: “Pretty Little Liars”, the complete

A cult series for millions of teenagers around the world, this 160-episode fiction tells the story of four high school girls adrift after the disappearance of their best friend Alison. A year later, each damsel begins to receive “A”-signed messages and threats. Their author knows the many secrets of the young girls, several of which only Alison knew the existence but also some born after the disappearance of the teenager. But “A” also seems to know a lot about Alison’s disappearance.

Friday, November 4: “My Policeman”

Harry Styles is everywhere. After his success in stores and in the cinema, the former leader of One Direction is back with this feature film by Michael Grandage. The film relates the fate of three friends: Tom, Marion and Patrick. The three of them will experience an emotional journey to 1950s Britain. In the 1990s, Tom, Marion and Patrick are still carried away by desire and regret, but they have one last chance to repair the damage of the past. .

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Friday, November 4: “Overdose”

After “36, Quai des Orfèvres”, Olivier Marchal is back with this new shock dive into the daily life of the French brigades. Here, Sofia Essaïdi plays Sara, the head of the narcotics squad of the Toulouse police. This last investigation into a traffic between Spain and France, in which her former lover, Raynal, is infiltrated. She quickly discovers that her case is linked to the murder of two teenagers in a Parisian hospital that Richard (Assaad Bouab), the head of the local criminal police, is looking after. The two agents that everything opposes are forced to cooperate…

Sunday 6 November: “OM-OL”

Football breathing for Prime Video subscribers. At 8:45 p.m., subscribers to the Ligue 1 Pass will be able to follow the “Cock of the Olympics”. A crucial match for the rest of the championship for the two French clubs.

Wednesday, November 9: “Savage X Fenty Show”

The “Savage X Fenty Show” is a television broadcast of Rihanna’s annual Savage X Fenty brand fashion show. The show is embellished with exceptional musical performances. Will Rihanna perform “Lift Me Up”, her single for the soundtrack of the movie “Black Panther 2”? Suspense.

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Monday, November 14: The “Matrix” trilogy

A sci-fi saga that has become a cult, “Matrix” is coming to Prime Video. The opportunity to rediscover the spectacular adventures of Neo (Keanu Reeves), Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) and Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne).

Friday November 18: “Salam”, the documentary by and with Mélanie Diam’s

After 10 years of silence, Mélanie Diam’s returns through a powerful and moving documentary film, where she tells her story with an open heart. For the first time facing the camera, she confides in fame, psychiatry, the quest for meaning and her conversion to Islam. She takes us in the footsteps of Diam’s and reveals in this intimate and modest story the secrets of her story, is it written in the synopsis.

See also on Prime Video in November

November 1: “My life with John F. Donovan”.
November 15: “The girl on the train”.
November 16: “An angry man”.
November 28: “Demon Slayer”.
November 29: “Rocketman”

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