FrenchFlicks gives you the ultimate list of the 10 best French-language films to watch on Netflix. Get ready for thrillers, dramas, comedies, documentaries and biopics in the only language that matters!
Tired of scrolling to find a French film with English subtitles on Netflix? We've made it easy by listing every French-language movie on Netflix and every French TV show on Netflix. Start watching now! Updated in October 2023.
It's not surprising that a gripping movie such as Girl, about a young trans teenager embarking on hormone therapy and gender-affirming surgery,is made all the more vivid and clear by being placed in the ballet world. The art form's physically demanding nature mirrors Lara's fraughtness over her desire to achieve the near supernatural technique required for a professional ballet dancer with a body that's holding her back, physically and emotionally.
This is one for theatre lovers and thrill seekers alike. A highly stylized murder mystery, it might be the perfect switch up to the usual care free comedies of summer (there will be a rainy day somewhere during this week, right?).
Looking for new shows to binge now that Game of Thrones is over? Make a 360, and check out every French TV Show available to stream on Netflix. There are lots of crime thrillers and a couple of comedies, such as Call My Agent, our personal favorite. We're also listing all the French stand-up here that you can enjoy on the streaming platform, when you're in the mood for a laugh with a French twist.
Spring is in the air, and that means plenty of sunshine, fruit salad, delicate tulips, and of course an Emmanuel Mouret costume dramedy featuring royal gardens, cascading 18th century wardrobes, and delicious aristocratic gossip.
French police authorities described it as "the heist of the century". Ex-cop turned crime thriller specialist Olivier Marchal takes on the true story of the Carbon Connection scandal in Carbon (Carbone, 2017).
Oops, just missed it! This film is no longer available on Netflix streaming or DVD. From the director of the inspiring Oscar nominated Joyeux Noel, comes another untold war story, which draws upon actual memories of Christian Carion's own mother's biographical experiences.