Streaming service Netflix has picked up worldwide rights to Argentinian thriller film "Crímenes de Familia," featuring double Goya winner Cecilia Roth.

The "Crímenes de Familia" was created by Sebastián Schindel, who was also known for his previous Netflix Original drama "The Son."

The Argentinian thriller film focuses on Alicia, who is a woman that will go to any lengths to protect her son Daniel. Daniel was charged with an attempted murder of his wife.

Roth was known for her "All About My Mother" and "Martin" (Hache) roles, wherein she won Goyas.

The Argentinian thriller film "Crímenes de Familia" features other artists such as Benjamin Amadeo, Miguel Ángel Solá, and Sofía Gala Castiglione, among others.

The new Netflix movie will be launched on August 19 worldwide.

Might be a long wait, right? But to ease your boredom from a month of waiting for the new Netflix movie, here are some Netflix shows and movies you could watch this July:

1. Anne Frank: Parallel Stories

Who does not know her popular diary? If you want to know other stories aside from Anne's, lucky for you this is now out on Netflix.

Helen Mirren tells the stories of different women that survived the holocaust.

2. The Kissing Booth 2

Everybody was clamoring for a sequel of "The Kissing Booth." Guess the Netflix gods heard your prayers.

One of the biggest new Netflix movies coming to the streaming service this July features Joey King, Jacob Elordi, and Joel Courtney. 

"The Kissing Booth 2" is set to premiere on July 24. Can Noah and Shelly save their relationship from a long-distance dilemma? You're about to find out.

3. The Umbrella Academy Season 2

July must be your month to binge-watch. The season 2 of "The Umbrella Academy" is set to premiere on the final day of July.

"The Umbrella Academy" was one of the most popular shows last year. If you haven't seen the first season yet, you still have time to do so.

4. Street Food: Latin America

If you want to immerse in Latin America's culture and food, watch out for season 1 of "Street Food: Latin America" on July 21.

Netflix had the same feature of docuseries in Asia. This colorful Netflix docuseries will surely make you crave for delicious offerings of Latin America.

Time to refresh whatever you know about Latin American food. Ditch your usual knowledge on Taco and Burrito. 

Embrace innovative servings this show could offer. This just proves that Latin America is not only popular for its beaches and diverse cultures.

5. ¡A cantar! (Sing On! Spain) 

Might be considered as the Latino version of "American Idol."

"Sing On! Spain" is a Spanish TV show featuring singers from different cultures and different places battling for the prize money of around 30,000 euros.

6. Ofrenda a la tormenta (Offering to the Storm)

Another mystery thriller film that will premiere on Netflix on July 24.

The story revolves around Amaia, who investigates suspicious infant deaths and horrific rituals. This is Part 3 in the Baztan Trilogy.

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