5 Best Foreign Language Thrillers On Netflix And More To Finish In 10 Hours
If you’re a fan of crime thrillers, we’re guessing you’ve probably watched every good critically acclaimed thriller movie available on OTT platforms. And so, For this weekend’s movie marathon, we’ve got some of the best foreign-language thrillers on Netflix and other platforms for you to enjoy. Most of them are dubbed in English or subtitled.
Weekend Movie Marathon: 5 best foreign-language thrillers on Netflix and more to finish in 10 hours
1. City of God – Amazon Prime Video
city of god is a Brazilian crime thriller directed by Fernando Meirelles and Kátia Lund. The plot is adapted from a novel of the same name and follows the lives of two young children in Rio and their very different life aspirations. The movie has a respectable 8.6 IMDb rating to show off its brilliance.
2. Murder Memories – YouTube
Directed by Oscar-winning actor Bong Joon-ho, memories of murder is one of the cult films not to be missed. The plot of the film revolves around a city cop who helps two small town police officers investigate a serial killer mystery. What makes this movie a must-watch other than the fact that it’s directed by Bong Joon-ho is that it’s based on true events. The film looks back at the serial murders that took place in South Korea from 1986 to 1991.
3. Mosul – Netflix
Mosul is an American war film, but it was originally made in Arabic because the film has the Arab war as its central theme. Streaming on Netflix, the action-thriller follows a police officer who, after being rescued by an Iraqi SWAT team from an insurgent assault, rejoins the team and is thrown into a world of secrecy and relentless, fierce fighting.
4. A Prophet – Mubi
a prophet Where A prophet is a classic French-language film that should probably be the one you should start your weekend movie marathon with. Sentenced to 6 years in prison, Malik, 19, cannot read or write. Arrived alone, he is cornered by the leader of the Corsican gang who runs the prison. Malik is given a number of missions to complete, earning the leader’s trust in the process. But he secretly develops his own plans.
5. The Occupant – Netflix
The most recent on this list, The occupant is a film in Spanish and a Netflix production. This is the story of a patriarch and the giant steps he must take to protect his home and his family. Javier Muñoz, once a successful executive, makes the fateful decision to leave his home, which he and his family can no longer afford.