Whirlybird is a documentary series that shows the O.J. Simpson pursuit and the L.A. riots and gives us breathtaking views by whirling in news helicopters. It gave life to sad news. The movie is directed by Matt Yoka and provides us with an insight into the lives of two brave reporters who have set new boundaries to the field of reporting.
When television became a common thing of every household in 9120’s, the media began experimenting with new and exciting ways to present stories. At this time, two youngsters- Bob and Mrika started their careers and ended up being together, and this is their journey. If you’re a fan of documentaries, then this is just the thing for you.
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Bob and Marika experiment with new ways to present the story and start flying helicopters over the city to record new stories. As time passed, they both married each other and continued to capture various events covering the area of Southern California. Their journey didn’t have a happy ending and affected their health. They both ended up getting divorced. This story covers their highs and lows. Bob and Zoey eventually accepted their identities as being a girl and transgender, respectively. The movie gives an overview of their career.
You can enjoy many documentaries on Netflix. Currently, this one is not available on the streaming service. Apart from this, Netflix offers more great documentaries on social and political issues, science, and many other subjects. Speaking of Hulu, it also doesn’t have Whirlybird on it. However, you can search for other documentaries on it. Amazon Prime has Whirlybird as VOD. You can opt to rent or purchase the movie.
If you wish to watch this movie in cinema halls or online, you can check out your nearest theatres. Online platforms like Vudu, Google Play, and iTunes have this as VOD. This movie can also be streamed on DirecTV and Spectrum.
There have been no updates about the sequel yet. All viewers indeed wish to witness more of Bob and Martha’s life. Unfortunately, no official statement has been released by Amazon Prime or the production house of the documentary. The movie was released in 2020 and received an average rating of 7.60 on Rotten Tomatoes. Sequels are released when the film gets good reviews, ratings, and income generated. Let’s hope that this documentary receives a sequel to witness atrocities that people face in real life. However, you can expect some more great documentaries to come shortly.