(fdp) follows the story of soccer referee Juarez Gomes da Silva. Juarez's dream is to referee on the final of the FIFA World Cup. Despite some professional victories, his personal life is a loss. With one kid and abandoned by his wife, he needs to find a way to reconquer his family and put his life back on track. In 13 episodes, a never-seen before look on the life of this very misunderstood character. This production have several cameos from soccer players and experts.

(fdp) - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Portuguese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2012-08-26

(fdp) - Christian Lindner - Netflix

Christian Wolfgang Lindner (born 7 January 1979) is a German politician, member of the Bundestag and leader of the liberal Free Democratic Party of Germany (FDP).

(fdp) - Entrepreneurship - Netflix

In early 2015, an impassioned response to heckling by Lindner, defending entrepreneurs and startup culture made it onto newspaper front pages and became one of the most watched political speeches in months. Lindner was speaking before the state legislature in North Rhine-Westphalia about the importance of entrepreneurship and how failed entrepreneurs deserve a second chance when a Social Democratic member in the audience heckled: “That [failure] is something you have experience in.” That was a reference to an Internet company co-founded by Lindner that failed after the dot-com bubble burst in the early 2000s. Lindner responded with a finger-wagging, 2½-minute tirade. “If one succeeds, one ends up in the sights of the Social Democratic redistribution machinery and, if one fails, one can be sure of derision and mockery,” he responded, also pointing out that this particular member preferred to have a secure job in public service for his entire life, rather than daring to found a company, and how the message of that heckling attempt was the total opposite of what had been announced just minutes earlier by the president of the state legislature (who happened to be an SPD member, just like the heckler). Bild, the highest-circulation daily newspaper in Germany, praised Lindner on its front page. The Berlin daily Tagesspiegel said the rant offered a welcome contrast to the “persistent fog of alternative-less Merkelism” that characterized debate in the Bundestag.

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