This June 19, Father’s Day is celebrated in Peru, a date to spend with the family. Many tend to go out to the cinema or eat out, but staying at home is also an option for those who have streaming media services, such as Netflix. Here we leave you a list of 10 movies that you can enjoy in the red application.
The The Road to El Dorado – This animated movie is perfect to enjoy with the whole family. The story follows two adventurers who find a map to the golden city of El Dorado.
Rush: Passion and Glory – An exciting drama that chronicles the rivalry between F1 drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda during the 1976 season. A perfect choice for dads who love motorsports.
Pele – This biopic about the legendary Brazilian soccer player Pelé is ideal for parents who are soccer fans. The film portrays Pelé’s life from his childhood to his consecration in the World Cup.
The Irish – This Martin Scorsese crime drama is an epic journey through the history of organized crime in post-war America.
Sing: Come and Sing! – An animated film full of music and fun that is perfect to share with the little ones in the house.
The hole – For parents who enjoy suspense, El Hoyo is a Spanish science fiction drama film that will not leave anyone indifferent.
Spider-Man: Far From Home – In this adventure, Peter Parker faces new challenges as he tries to balance his life as a student and a superhero. Ideal for lovers of superhero movies.
Elysium – In the not too distant future, humanity’s elite lives on a space station while the rest of the population resides on a devastated Earth. A science fiction film that will keep the whole family on edge.
The Crown – Although not a movie, this series offers a fascinating look into the life of Queen Elizabeth II and her reign, ideal for parents interested in history and the monarchy.
men in black – A sci-fi comedy classic that never goes out of style and is guaranteed to laugh for the whole family.
How did Father’s Day originate?
In different countries of the world, such as Mexico, Father’s Day is celebrated every third Sunday of June, as part of a tradition from the United States. This date was promoted by Sonora Smart Dodd in 1910 to pay tribute to parents for their different tasks.
She was inspired by her father, Henry Jackson Smart, who took it upon himself to raise her and her 5 siblings after their mother’s death. He was a farmer who served as a sergeant in the civil war. At first, her proposal was rejected, but then it gained strength among the people and they supported her initiative.
The precursor of this holiday, she proposed that the celebration be on June 5 in honor of her father’s birthday, but the Spokane Ministerial Alliance of Washington chose the third Sunday of this month. Thus, the first Father’s Day was celebrated on June 19, 1910.
In 1966, President Lyndon Johnson signed a proclamation declaring the third Sunday in June as the date for celebrations across the country. In 1972, President Nixon established a permanent national observance of Father’s Day to be celebrated on the 3rd Sunday in June each year. The holiday was adopted by other countries, although some do not celebrate on the same date.
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