5 Best Foreign Movies to watch on Netflix (2020)

Travel is a distant dream these days, foreign films take us to a different place, introduce us to a different culture and most importantly they let us explore new emotions that we have never felt before. Ironically these are the very reasons we do not watch foreign movies, because they take us away from the things we know and understand. But quarantine is the best time to break the monotony and watch these gem of foreign movies streaming on Netflix right now.

Train to Busan 2016

Now many of you might have heard a lot about this movie but haven't seen it yet. The movie is a perfect watch right now as it deals with a zombie outbreak that takes over while a father and his daughter are on a train from Seoul to Busan, Busan is South Korea's second-largest city. It is the perfect disaster movie to watch, has many incredibly shot scenes.

I Lost My Body 2019

This Parisian animated movie is really a delight to watch if you are in the mood to watch something really fresh. The movie is story about two lives, that of a Moroccan immigrant who works as a pizza delivery guy and that of a hand which has no body attached to it. Both of them are on a trip to Paris. This movie premiered at Cannes and also became the first ever Netflix animated film to win the Nespresso Grand Prize.

My Happy Family 2017

A 52-year middle-aged Georgian woman decides to leave her home and stay alone, without anyone noticing much. This movie has many layers as it is the personal journey of a woman who is aging and chooses solitude over chaos. If you have grown up with a woman in your family giving up and sacrificing a lot for the family, you will instantly connect with this one for sure.

Blue Is the Warmest Color 2013

A free-spirited blue-haired teenager Emma influences Adele's life an teaches her a lot about life and honesty. This movie has to be felt, every scene is beautiful, Emma and Adele will take you on a journey that is perspective-changing and beautiful. 

On Body and Soul 2017

This movie won at the Berlin Film Festival 2017. In this unusual love story, two strangers keep having the same dream every night. They meet a deer and fall in love with each other. The story kicks off when they actually see each other in real life. It is an amusing watch from an acclaimed Hungarian director.

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