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O Techblog notify the Netflix releases for you to plan and not miss the premieres of unreleased films in the catalog and original series. See also the What’s New in Amazon Prime Video of June, which highlights the national series Sun, which portrays the life of one of the most feared criminals in Rio de Janeiro and the series soils, starring Morgan Freeman, Anne Hathaway and Helen Mirren.

Dom is one of the Amazon Prime Video news in June (Image: Press Release/ Amazon Prime Video)

Amazon Prime Video News in June

The month’s catalog highlights national productions such as the series Sun and September mornings, in addition to premieres of international productions such as soils. Check out all the Prime Video catalog releases for June.

June 1st

The guest

Jay (Dev Patel) is a mysterious young British and Muslim man who travels to Pakistan to attend a wedding for the purpose of kidnapping his bride-to-be. Despite his efficiency, circumstances force him to flee with his hostage to the border and Jay has to deal with secrets and shifts in loyalty that put his plans at risk.

June 4

The Iron Mask

In the early 1700s, cartographer Jonathan Green (Jason Flemyng) is back to map the Russian Far East. He is forced to go to China, where he faces the Dragon Master and the masked tsar escapes from the Tower of London to a ship. The film has Jackie Chan and Arnold Schwarzenegger in the cast.

Sun (Season 1)

The series tells the story of a handsome middle-class boy from Rio who was introduced to cocaine as a teenager, setting him on the path to becoming the leader of a criminal gang that dominated the Rio de Janeiro tabloids in the early 2000s: Pedro Dom (Gabriel Leone).

Alternating between action, adventure and drama, Dom also accompanies Pedro’s father, Victor Dantas, who, as a teenager, makes a discovery at the bottom of the sea, denounces the authorities and ends up joining the police intelligence service.

June 11th

Latin Flow (Season 1)

Known as the epicenter of the urban music world, Latin Flow was produced and developed in Medellín, Colombia. The series follows Pitizion, Daniela Legarda, Mabiland, Loy, Gelo Arango, Nati Boulier, Itzza Primera, Luisa and La Mona Osorio, giving audiences access to the lives of these nine singers, dancers, songwriters and producers as they navigate their emotional journeys in search to fulfill the dream of becoming stars.

June 12

Pain and Glory

Salvador Mallo (Antonio Banderas) is a melancholy filmmaker in decline who is forced to think about the choices he made in life when his past returns. Between memories and reunions, he reflects on his childhood in the 1960s, his immigration process to Spain, his first mature love and his relationship with writing and cinema.

June 25th

Bosch (Season 7)

Based on the novels by Michael Connelly, Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver), an LA homicide detective, is tried for shooting an alleged serial killer — at the same time, a closed case involving a boy forces Bosch to face his past. While a bold recruit, Julia Brasher (Annie Wersching), impresses him, and department politics heats up, Bosch will pursue justice at all costs.

September Mornings (Season 1)

Manhãs de Setembro tells the story of Cassandra (Liniker), who begins to see things finally working out in her life. She manages to rent her own apartment for the first time, has a boyfriend who loves her, Ivaldo (Thomás Aquino); besides a job like motogirl in downtown São Paulo.

Cassandra is also achieving her dream of being a cover artist for Vanusa, a famous singer from the 1970s, when her life takes an unexpected turn: Leide, with whom she had an affair in the past, appears with Gersinho, who she claims is the son of Cassandra.

Mary J. Blige’s My Life

A look at the life and work of Grammy-winning artist Mary J. Blige. 25 years ago Mary released the album “My Life” and now revisits that song and everything that has happened since in this documentary. Mary J. Blige’s My Life showcases the place occupied by poverty, abuse, addiction and heartbreak in this artist’s life, as she follows her on the more than special tour of “My Life” near the album’s 25th anniversary.

The album is rated one of the 500 best albums of all time by Rolling Stone and is among the 100 by Time Magazine.

Soils (Season 1)

Starring Academy Award-winning actors Morgan Freeman, Anne Hathaway and Helen Mirren; by Emmy winner Uzo Aduba; Nicole Beharie, Anthony Mackie, Dan Stevens, and Constance Wu, this seven-part anthology explores the strange, hilarious, wonderful, and heartbreaking truths of what it means to be human.

The series spans present and future and shows that even in the most isolated moments, we are all connected through the human experience.

Productions arriving at Prime Video Channels in June

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June 1st

fraction of seconds

A police thriller centered on a man whose memory has been lost due to a bank robbery gone wrong. The character will need to piece together the remaining 10 minutes in his memory to determine who sabotaged him.

June 9th

Weeping: Winged Marginal

The documentary portrays the life and career of the Brazilian singer Chorão, leader of the band Charlie Brown Jr. In addition to testimonials about his personal and professional life and archival footage, the film follows the story of one of the most important rock stars in Brazil. Chorão lived two intense decades of national and international success, full of controversial moments, until his untimely death, by overdose, in 2013.

June 18th

MTV Unplugged: BTS

Recorded directly from Seoul, capital of South Korea, the presentation brings new versions of the biggest hits of the BTS, in a much more intimate way. The hits “Telepathy”, “Blue & Grey”, “Life Goes On” and “Dynamite” from the album “BE” are present in the repertoire, as well as a tribute to the band Coldplay, with a cover of the song “Fix You”.


June 1st

Blade Runner 2049

In Blade Runner 2049, after the problems faced with the Nexus 8, a new species of replicants is developed, so that it is more obedient to humans. One of them is K (Ryan Gosling), a blade runner who hunts down escaped replicants for the Los Angeles police. After meeting Sapper Morton (Dave Bautista), K discovers a fascinating secret: the replicant Rachel (Sean Young) had a son, who has been kept secret until then.

The possibility that replicants will reproduce could trigger a war between them and the humans, prompting Lieutenant Joshi (Robin Wright), K’s boss, to send him to find and eliminate the child.


June 1st

Everything and Everything

Maddie (Amandla Stenberg) is about to turn 18, but she has never left home. Since childhood, the young woman was diagnosed with Combined Immunodeficiency Syndrome, so that her body would not be able to fight the viruses and bacteria present in the outside world. She is lovingly cared for by her mother, a doctor who builds a house especially for her daughter’s needs.

One day, a new family moves in next door, including Olly (Nick Robinson), who is immediately drawn to the girl through the window. Maddie also falls in love with the boy, but how could they have a romance without touching?

June 8th

A Hall of Noise 3

Ten years have passed since the last visit to Calvin’s (Ice Cube) barbershop. His longtime friends like Eddie (Cedric the Entertainer) and J.D. (Anthony Anderson) remain the same. However, a wave of violence begins to take over the neighborhood, causing residents to come together again to save the community.

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