Netflix: this controversial film not recommended for children under 16 will leave the platform

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Every month, at Hitek, we share new releases movies, series and documentaries about to be released. land on Netflix. But today, we are going to tell you about a film that will leave the platform.

Netflix: this controversial film not recommended for children under 16 will leave the platform

A French film leaving netflix

French productions are more numerous than in the past; on Netflix, but they are not always the most popular. However, MILF's case is somewhat different.Released in 2018, the feature film written and directed by by Axelle Lafont is a comedy that wants to be slightly sulphurous, while wanting to “restore the image of 40-year-old women, who are not sufficiently highlighted”. This is done at; through a very basic – and effective? – in which three forties let themselves be seduced by young men in order to spice up their romantic and sexual life.

The story of this French comedy is quite original, since Originally, it more or less flopped. upon its theatrical release. that 127,000 admissions during the month when it was broadcast. Among these admissions, 72,000 have been made during the first week of operation. But the arrival of MILF on Netflix in 2020 gave it a second wind.Surprisingly, it is mainly across the Atlantic that the film has met; a certain success, even placing itself in the Top 10 of “original content”. If you want to see if MILF deserves more of its success or its original flop, however, you will have to hurry: it will leave the SVOD platform on May 1st!< /strong>

Other big starts in April and May

But MILF is not the only program for which Netflix will soon lose the exploitation rights. The films, series and documentaries that will disappear from the platform during April and May have recently been released. revealed, and there are dozens of them. Among the most significant departures, we note that of Spider-Man: Homecoming, the first part of the adventures of Tom Holland's Spidey in the MCU, published in 2017 .

And to stay on French productions, also know that La Haine, the classic by Matthieu Kassovitz with Vincent Cassel, will leave Netflix for its part April 30.