If you’ve reached that point in your movie watching where all that’s left to stream is yet another painful Katherine Heigl movie about too many bridesmaids’ dresses, or a baby that she inherited when her friends kicked the bucket, then it might be time to expand your horizons.
Spoiler alert – she ends up with the dude by the end (of all her movies).
While I know that some of you might not be keen on subtitles, it’s worth making an exception for the films that The Financial Times thinks you should be streaming right now.
Seriously, there’s so much great cinema from around the world that you’ve been missing out on, and lockdown is the perfect time to catch up on it.
Check it out (with a few English language films thrown in as well):
A scary child goes on a rampage in a small town in Germany.
Who You Think I Am
Juliette Binoche, who is amazing in everything that she acts in, stars in this twisted look at social media.
Go old-school with this snapshot of 1960s subversion.
Crip Camp looks at a retreat for disabled teenagers in the 1970s, “with a potent legacy”.
Four Kids and It
Children from two broken families find a weird creature and befriend it.
The Perfect Candidate
A female doctor in Saudi Arabia tries to heal divisions in her country as it takes its first steps towards modernity.
Congratulations – you just levelled up your movie game over the long weekend.
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