Marketing 101 by Netflix: 5 movies/ series to watch
You probably like watching movies. Because if you read this blog, you are interested in the film. What genre of movies do you like to watch the most? Romantic? Drama? Or scary? Or are you a complete movie lover?
Why do you think we watch these movies?

Just to fill our free time. Or to enhance our outlook?
Another advantage of watching a movie is that it teaches us something. We learn a lesson from a simple person's life.
Are there any films that can affect our business life? Of course, there is.

If you work in marketing and like to watch movies, we will recommend 5 movies you will love. You can easily watch these filims on the Netflix platform. We present you 5 films.
1.Jiro Dreams of Shushi

JIRO DREAMS OF SUSHI is the story of 85-year-old Jiro Ono, considered by many to be the world’s greatest sushi chef. He is the proprietor of Sukiyabashi Jiro, a 10-seat, sushi-only restaurant inauspiciously located in a Tokyo subway station. Despite its humble appearances, it is the first restaurant of its kind to be awarded a prestigious three-star Michelin Guide rating, and sushi lovers from around the globe make repeated pilgrimage, calling months in advance and shelling out top dollar for a coveted seat at Jiro’s sushi bar.

JIRO DREAMS OF SUSHI is a thoughtful and elegant meditation on work, family, and the art of perfection, chronicling Jiro’s life as both an unparalleled success in the culinary world and as a loving yet complicated father.

The world's best sushi restaurant has been removed from the Michelin guide. Sukiyabashi Jiro in Tokyo was withdrawn from the esteemed list because the restaurant no longer accepts reservations from the general public. ...
"Michelin's policy is to introduce restaurants where everybody can go to eat."
Jiro is supremely dedicated or obsessed as some would say with the art of sushi. He earned the reputation for offering the best sushi globally. Just like other Japanese masters, Jiro is all about mastering a single skill. Jiro fell in love with the art of making sushi. While most sushi and food professionals consider that his sushi is the best, he never stops looking for the perfect piece of sushi. According to Jiro, every single detailed effort has an impact on the outcome.
2.Inside Bill’s brain-- Decoding bill

A documentary that tells Bill Gates' life story as he pursues solutions to some of the world's most complex problems. A documentary that tells Bill Gates' life story as he pursues solutions to some of the world's most complex problems. …

One review in 2019 said, "Inside Bill’s Brain often feels more superficial than it actually is because it switches topics so freely". Much of this documentary is about his charity work with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, not about his life, personality, or beliefs. The same review said the second episode is the best one as it comes closest to "decoding" Gates.
The series covers much of his personal life: his childhood, education, growing Microsoft, his family life, and his charitable foundation, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The series features three parts, which are broken down as follows:
  • Part 1: Gates speaks about his mission to get better sanitation to the developing world. And, his sisters share childhood memories about him.
  • Part 2: Gates speaks about his childhood friend and co-founder Paul Allen and other strong bonds with individuals along the way.
  • Part 3: Gates details his passion for tackling climate change solutions
3.The Mind Explained

There are 5 episodes, each lasting around 20 minutes.
The Mind, Explained is a 2019 documentary streaming television series. The limited series is narrated by American actress Emma Stone and examines themes such as what happens inside human brains when they dream or use psychedelic drugs.The episodes explore topics including memory, dreams, anxiety, mindfulness, and psychedelics The Mind, Explained is a spin-off of Vox's Netflix show Explained
The series makes use of interviews, cartoons, and animation.
Have you ever heard the term “neuromarketing”? It’s as simple as this: it blends marketing and psychology together to better understand consumers. This docu-series will broaden your sense of neuromarketing so you can step inside the minds of your core audience members. (Episode one, on memory, is especially useful.)
4. The Founder

The Founder is a 2016 American biographical drama film directed by John Lee Hancock and written by Robert Siegel. Starring Michael Keaton as businessman Ray Kroc, the film portrays the story of his creation of the McDonald's fast-food restaurant chain.
In this business movie, where Kroc’s sense of morality is lacking, the narrative has an abundance of marketing genius and business know-how that fuels the franchise’s success. The proof? Krock is able to replicate, maintain, and scale the same brand experience across every McDonald’s enterprise.

5.Dirty Money

Dirty Money is a thriller by director and writer Adam Tysoe. Based on true events, Dirty Money follows the highs and lows of Leo Roberts' high-class lifestyle.
From crippling payday loans to cars that cheat emissions tests, this investigative series exposes brazen acts of corporate greed and corruption. Created by Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney, known for his documentaries on Enron, Wikileaks, Scientology, and more.
Dirty Money is a Netflix original television series that tells stories of corporate corruption, securities fraud, and creative accounting. ... Each episode focuses on one example of corporate corruption and includes interviews with key players in each story.
Bonus: Minimalism

Minimalism is a film that seeks to answer the question ‘How can your life be better with less?’ by tracking the lives of people who sold most of their possessions and lived a life of minimalists. It features two close friends who share one thing in common, and that is their desire for less. The two petition to show US citizens that `less is really more and give away a majority of their worldly possessions.
This film is about individuals who chose to reject the American way of life, 'the more, the better.’ As a marketer, you can challenge the notion that quality trumps quantity. In your personal life, you know having less clutter around gives you peace of mind, so think about that principle being applied in marketing.
Building a clear and uncluttered design is the best way for marketers to resonate and get to their audiences.
In this blog, we have discussed films related to marketing. Their impact on our lives and how we should use them. We hope you like it.


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