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May 16, 2022: there have been 12 new movies/shows/seasons/episodes released on Netflix Italy today (so far):

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New on Netflix Italy

Here''s what''s new on Netflix Italy today, with the most recent releases at the top. Check back often! There are new arrivals throughout the day, and we are constantly updating this list.

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After a Ukrainian high school teacher's tirade against government corruption goes viral on social media, he finds himself the country's new president.

Sitcoms, TV Comedies, TV Dramas, Political TV Shows, Social Issue TV Dramas, Ukrainian
Director(s): Aleksey Kiryushchenko
Actors: Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Natalya Sumskaya, Viktor Saraykin, Stanislav Boklan, Ekaterina Kisten, Anna Koshmal, Yelena Kravets, Aleksandr Pikalov, Eugen Koshevoy, Yuri Krapov, Dmitry Surzhikov

A vampire queen and a human girl join forces against all odds in search of “paradise” — a place where humans and vampires peacefully coexist.

Drama Anime, Action Anime, Anime Series, Sci-Fi & Fantasy Anime, Japanese
Actors: Megumi Han, Yu Kobayashi, Chiaki Kobayashi, Rica Fukami, Hiroki Touchi
The Ice Road Café con aroma de mujer Elizabeth Harvest Rosario Tijeras (Mexico)

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Spanish architect Antonio Lamela discusses his influential career in an interview with his contemporary, Luis Fernández-Galiano.

Documentary Films, Talk Shows, Spanish, Docuseries
Director(s): David Ramos

The award-winning architect and critic reflects on his life and work in an intimate interview with Luis Fernández-Galiano.

Documentary Films, Talk Shows, Spanish, Docuseries
Director(s): David Ramos

In remarkable footage of a conference held in Barcelona in 1993, participants like Frank Gehry discuss groundbreaking ideas in architecture.

Documentary Films, Talk Shows, Spanish, Docuseries, Social & Cultural Docs

Renowned architect Álvaro Siza reflects on his childhood passions and inspirations, his works and his creative process.

Biographical Documentaries, Documentary Films, Lifestyle, Talk Shows, Spanish, Docuseries
Director(s): Luis Fernández-Galiano
Actors: Álvaro Siza

This interview traces the career of architect Antonio Vázquez de Castro, starting with his award-winning and influential housing projects in Madrid.

Documentary Films, Talk Shows, Spanish, Docuseries
Director(s): David Ramos

In the murky world of global electronic waste, a lack of recycling, legal gray areas and ruthless businesses have resulted in a toxic dump in Ghana.

Political Documentaries, Documentary Films, Spanish, Social & Cultural Docs
Director(s): Juan Solera, Albert Juliá

A children's arts center in a multicultural Seville neighborhood uses the power of flamenco to generate opportunities and encourage social change.

Children & Family Movies, Music & Musicals, Documentary Films, Spanish, Social & Cultural Docs
Director(s): Remedios Malvárez

When business consultant Michi Wyss inherits his late father’s troubled farm he must confront his rural past — and his family’s future.

TV Dramas, Swiss
Actors: Julian Koechlin, Rachel Braunschweig, Sophie Hutter, Jérôme Humm, Roeland Wiesnekker, Miriam Maertens, Benito Bause, Anouk Petri, Nicola Perot, Judith Hofmann, Roland Bonjour, Marlise Fischer