5 docuses to see on Disney Plus in France in January 2022

Will Smith, a cave and a terrifying dive in a New York hospital overwhelmed by COVID-19 …

Cave – available since December 31, 2021

A breathtakingly edifying documentary that details the story of the rescue of these young footballers trapped in Tham Luang cave, Thailand. The Rescue thus returns on the 17 days of the massive and international operation, which made it possible to save them, miraculously, after two weeks piled on a pebble overhanging an underground river …

Welcome to earth – Available from December 8, 2021

Will Smith sets off on an adventure and discovery of the world in this great docu-series co-produced by Darren Aronofsky (Black swan) in person. We see the Hollywood star climb Mount Yasur, one of the most active volcanoes on Earth, from episode 1. During his expedition, the 53-year-old actor traveled through 34 countries … him who had never slept in a tent before!

Free Solo – available since March 24, 2020

The Oscar for Best Documentary 2019 tells the story of Alex Honnold’s incredible challenge. This genius climber decides to tackle El Capitan, Yosemite’s flagship summit, in full solo, the purest, most demanding and most dangerous form of climbing there is. A clinch will begin; first against itself, then facing the 900-meter wall, as smooth as a slab of granite. A stunning visual and technical triumph, coupled with a script that no Hollywood screenwriter would have imagined, the film captures it all. Stolen moments of intimacy in absolute danger …

First Wave – available January 14, 2022

Back to the first wave of COVID-19 that overwhelmed the world, especially New York City. With exclusive access inside one of the hardest hit hospitals in the city, we relive the horror of the first four months of the pandemic. Director Matthew Heineman thus sheds light on everyday heroes, at the heart of the crisis …

Get Back: 10 things to remember about the Beatles after Peter Jackson’s doc

Get back – available since November 28, 2021

Once upon a time, four boys in the wind … but breathless. Flushed by success, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr meet in January 1969 in a studio in Twickenham, to record 14 new songs, for a TV show, but also for their return to stage, and their next album … which will be the last in Beatles history! From the sixty hours of exceptional archives – and 150 hours of sound recording – recorded at the time, Peter Jackson signed Get Back, a series in three episodes, which will redraw for a long time the perception of the world on the Beatles.

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