6ixtynin9 is a Thai dark comedy series directed by Pen-Ek Ratanaruang. The Netflix series is based on a 1999 film of the same name and it follows the story of a young woman who recently lost her job and when she finds a box full of money in front of her apartment, she decides to take it. But after that, her life takes a turn for the worse as the criminals to whom the money belonged come to collect what’s theirs. So, if you loved 6ixtynin9 here are some similar movies and TV shows you could watch next.
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Good Behavior (Hulu, Max & Prime Video Add-On)
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Two Hands (Rent on Prime Video)
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The White Lotus (Max & Prime Video Add-On)
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