“Film lovers examine the cinematic moments that thrilled, perplexed, challenged and forever changed them in this collection of visual essays.”

This is going to be a quickie.

If you love movies, television, or any form of visual story telling, then you must check out Voir. The 2021 Netflix original It is a six episode miniseries that describes itself as a a series of visual essays that illuminate the evolution of movies and their components. The project is produced by many individuals, but the moneymaking name is David Fincher.

Even if you don’t see Fincher directing or writing anything in this series, the overall ethereal vibe of it’s approach is most definitely Fincher. It is robust with its vocabulary and the selections of movie accompaniments to go along with the voiceover are picture perfect.

Voir is a series meant for people who love movies. More importantly, it is meant for people who want to think critically about them. Does this sound incredibly pretentious? You betcha, but this is what you sign up for. This is like walking into a fancy restaurant and you either know the proper etiquette, or you find yourself remarkably uncomfortable.

Here are what the six episodes cover

Personally speaking, I loved episode five. I have always been a movie over a television guy and the episode does a fantastic job articulating the difference in enjoyment and engagement. It tracks the changes in both, both good and bad. Episode five uses The Crown and The Queen (2006) to showcase the different way to tell stories and how each path of storytelling is appealing to different personalities. Outstanding.

God knows I try and articulate my thoughts onto a document in a succinct way. It is hard for me to do. Voir is able to collapse really difficult and complex conversations into bite size edible education experiences that you can watch them in any order.

Freaking loved it. Learned new things. Heard new perspectives and developed new points of view. What more can you want?

Voir is streaming on Netflix.

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