In Stjärnklart, electronics have no immune system. There is something wrong with the increasing number of mobile phones being sent for repair. They are stone dead. At the same time there are a series of unexplained events across the country, shop shelves are empty, summer colds are getting tougher, and blackouts are becoming an everyday occurrence.
Programmer Anna Ljungberg makes a discovery that threatens to change the conditions for all human life. But is it already too late? After yet another power cut everything changes. The dark autumn walk into a starry winter begins where chaos prevails and survives.
Status: In Development
Runtime: 60 minutes
Stjärnklart - Margaret (singer) - Netflix
Małgorzata Jamroży (Polish pronunciation: [mawɡɔˈʐata jamˈrɔʐɨ]; born 30 June 1991), known professionally as Margaret, is a Polish singer-songwriter. Before her mainstream debut, she performed in underground bands, recorded soundtracks for television commercials and produced a fashion blog. While blogging, she was discovered by manager Sławomir Berdowski and signed by her record label, Extensive Music. The singer gained international recognition with her singles “Thank You Very Much” (2013) and “Cool Me Down” (2016). Margaret's 2013 debut single, “Thank You Very Much”, was included on her first extended play (EP) All I Need. The song charted in the top thirty in Italy, the top forty in Austria and the top fifty in Germany. Her debut studio album, Add the Blonde, was released in 2014 and peaked at number eight in Poland. It contained three singles, “Wasted”, “Start a Fire” and “Heartbeat”, which reached numbers six, ten and eleven respectively on Poland's singles chart. The album's 2016 re-release produced “Cool Me Down”, the singer's first Polish top five single. The song also charted in the top thirty in Romania and the top forty in Sweden. In 2015, Margaret recorded Just the Two of Us, a jazz album with Matt Dusk, which was followed by her third full-length release, Monkey Business, in 2017. The latter peaked at number eight in Poland and spawned the singles “What You Do” and “Byle jak”. The singer has received numerous awards, including five Eska Music Awards, a Kids' Choice Award and two MTV Europe Music Awards. She was included on a 2014 list of the one hundred most-valuable stars of Polish show business compiled by the Polish edition of Forbes. In 2015, the Polish magazine Wprost named her one of the fifty most influential Polish celebrities. Alongside her music career, Margaret has endorsed numerous products, designed a clothing line for fashion retailer Sinsay and voiced Smurfstorm in the Polish-language version of Smurfs: The Lost Village.
Stjärnklart - Artistry and public image - Netflix
Margaret has an alto vocal range. The Polish music critic Robert Kozyra described her voice as “small” and added that her “weak” live performances reveal her limited vocal capabilities. Polish music manager Maja Sablewska stated that Margaret has a “beautiful” timbre and interprets her lyrics as indicating that she knows what she is singing about. In the single “Cool Me Down”, Margaret's vocal range covers around one-and-a-half octaves from G4 to C6. Her vocals were compared to Rihanna's, and some listeners went on to accuse the singer of copying her. She responded: “In lower registers my timbre is indeed similar to Rihanna's [...]. I will not apologise for that.” Margaret has named the Polish singer Grażyna Łobaszewska as a role model and her biggest inspiration. She has cited Miroslava Duma and Gwen Stefani as her fashion inspirations. Some other figures she admires are Rihanna, Jarle Bernhoft and Tom Odell. Margaret's fashion style and music are covered widely by the Polish media. Her style has been commended by several fashion experts for its distinctness and versatility. The stylist Basia Richard has been impressed by Margaret's individualism and has named her one of the best-dressed Polish stars. Marcin Brzeziński of Viva! magazine expressed his admiration for Margaret's approach to fashion and the fact that she has no limits when it comes to it; Dorota Wróblewska, the Polish stylist and fashion show producer, said that the singer is not afraid of criticism and likes to surprise with her fashion choices. Margaret has won two Polish Glamour magazine Awards for Glamour Woman of the Year and Fashion Icon. In 2014, the singer was included on the list of one hundred most-valuable stars of Polish show business compiled by the Polish edition of Forbes magazine. Her market value was estimated at 235,238 zł ($68,892.18), ranking her sixty-seventh on the list. In 2015, the Polish magazine Wprost (“Directly”) placed her at number thirty-eight on their list of fifty most-influential Polish celebrities.
Stjärnklart - References - Netflix