Movies, series and games, each with its own method of killing time. As France enters its fourth week of confinement, it is necessary to find occupations to live this unprecedented period as well as possible. On social networks, we asked you what your cultural recommendations were. Here is a selection of your best answers. We start with board games, warmly recommended by Nalé on Twitter. “It depends on how you feel about the day and how much time you want to spend playing. Conspiracy, Res Arcana, King Domino, Little Town. “And then there’s Museum, Azul and 7th Continent…” Some also organize themselves to play online and find solutions to share convivial moments while respecting the instructions of social distancing. “Right now, I’m thinking about setting up a remote Codenames.” Otherwise, you can always read our “Playing Online for Dummies” folder.
If you’re more into video games, our readers also have their selection of must-haves to escape from the living room. Some prefer to take out their old Pokémon cartridges, while others console themselves in the absence of the NBA with NBA2K20. Others, like Morgan, opt for Nintendo. “Look after people and play Animal Crossing when I get home,” a nice program.
The darkened theatres have closed, but our readers have many ideas to feed our movie-loving souls. Cyril Beaufort takes this opportunity to return to Sunnydale and immerse himself in the adventures of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the full series of which is available on Prime Video. Others prefer the Netflix series, such as Terence Gone and Maxx_1311 who watch Narcos and Designated Survivor respectively. Some watch The Witcher and The Punisher, also on Netflix. On OCS fantasy fans will travel to Westeros with Game of Thrones like Clément Bourrat on Facebook.
So what’s your plan for today ?
1 watch films/television series
3 FIFA 20
4 listen to new sounds
7 – try to make dishes.
8 games to increase your vocabulary.
Finally, as music softens morals, our readers opt for podcasts like Dyug19 on Twitter. Among its recommendations, we find Gang Stories on Deezer with Joey Starr or Back to the Classical. On Radio Classique, the show discusses music in Pop Culture. From The Lord of the Rings to Star Wars, there will be something for everyone. In 20 minutes, the podcast dissects the great works of film music. So with series, films or video games, everyone has their own way of experiencing confinement. Our readers don’t seem to run out of ideas. And if not, you can always opt for Rico1a’s solution “I write threatening letters to Disney about Star Wars but don’t send them”.