The Weekly Netflix Recommendation



As three post college grads, we are constantly trying to find ways of entertaining ourselves on a budget…which led us to three pretty serious Netflix addictions. Netflix never fails to feed our addiction for finding movies we’ve never heard of, or filling our need to binge watch shows we missed or just want to relive.

Each week, RPW will be posting about their Netflix finds. We hope you enjoy!

This weeks recommendation: The Art of Flight

The Art of Flight, is Red Bull sponsored documentary released in 2011 that follows professional snowboarders across the globe to redefine the term snowboarding. They are followed in their search of new terrain, perfect conditions and that overwhelming urge for the perfect powder. Even if you aren’t snowboarder you need to check this out for its awe inspiring scenery from British Columbia to Patagonia. The Art of Flight will leave you feeling breathless and completely inspired to do something you’ve never done before.

Extras: Check out the soundtrack with bands like The Naked and the Famous, M83 and Sigur Ros. This is an album you can’t miss.

Author: anfoster117

Ashley is a Western North Carolina native who resides in Charlotte, NC. She graduated in 2010 with BFA in Graphic Design from Appalachian State University. Currently, she works as an Art Director for an advertising company and is a freelance designer in her downtime. Ashley loves Hiking, Skiing, Traveling, Photography, Football, Music, Movies, and her dog Henry the 8th.

2 thoughts on “The Weekly Netflix Recommendation

  1. Where has this blog been all my life? I’m a Netflix junkie so this is great.

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