Every week, we will curate a collection of titles – movies, TV, general miscellanea – for you to watch (and in some cases, read, or listen to), in a series we call Weekend Recommendations. The selection will be based on a theme which binds the picks – which could be extremely blunt in certain instances, or confusingly abstract in some. No rules apply, other than the end goal being getting some great entertainment to watch.While the idea is to base the theme on the week’s major events – it could be the release of a new movie, or show – we could also use this opportunity to comment on our world in general, and turn to art to wrap our heads around some of the more difficult stories of the past seven days.Netflix’s new documentary series, The Keepers, has reinforced a sad truth. It can’t quite be described as entertainment, nor can it be called a ‘true crime’ series, which is how most people are describing it. Like their previous breakout hit, Making a Murderer, The Keepers is about real life horrors, real life heroes, real life monsters, and the conspiracies to keep them hidden.It is about the 50-year-old unsolved… Read full this story
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