Netflix has in its catalog a long list of Oscar nominated films. Between movie classics, going through more modern works, up to recent productions, the streaming platform offers a wide variety of titles.
Don’t Look Up of adam mckay, story of a marriage of Noah Baumbach, parasite of Bong Joon Ho and Inglorious Bastards of Quentin Tarantinoamong others, are some of the films that are available and that were nominated or even awarded by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of the United States.
Among all these, there is also a production released in 2019 that obtained a nomination for the category Best actress and that it is one of the most viewed within the streaming platform.
Is about Harrieta film directed by Kasi Lemmons and starring Cynthia Erivothat in the Oscars 2020 competed in the aforementioned shortlist with Scarlett Johansson for Marriage Story, saoirse ronan by Little Women, Charlize Theron by Bombshell, and Renee Zellweger by Judy, who was the winner of the award.
The actress was joined in the cast by actors Leslie Odom Jr., Joe Alwyn, Janelle Monáe, Jennifer Nettles, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Clarke Peters and Henry Hunter.
Harriet, a movie based on true events available on Netflix
“In this biographical film, Harriet Tubman manages to escape from slavery and risks her life to achieve the freedom of others through the Underground Train,” says the official synopsis of Harriet in the film and series catalog.
the movie is based on true events and portrays a historic slave liberation in the United States, and how Harriet Tubman, the protagonist, puts herself in the shoes of an abolitionist who helps make this happen.
The production of the film took years to finally get underway and, although it was Cynthia Erivo who ended up putting herself in the shoes of the character, at the time it was expected that the actress Viola Davis would do it.