The top 10 best French films on Hulu
Hulu, land of American Horror Story and The Handmaid’s Tale replays, only offers a few French options. Our top favorite French films and TV shows include the French TV crime series Braquo, the eerie thriller by Mathieu Amalric, The Blue Room and a couple of period dramas.
Finding a French film on Hulu is as easy as licking your elbow. So, not easy. There’s only a handful so making a top 10 of the best French movies on Hulu proved to be pretty easy!
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10. Angel of Mine (L'empreinte de l’ange)
This unsettling drama with Catherine Frot and Sandrine Bonnaire benefits from a Hitchcockian atmosphere which captures the tension scene after scene.
9. The Princess of Montpensier (La princesse de Montpensier)
A stunning period romance lauded by a great cast - Mélanie Thierry, Lambert Wilson, Gaspard Ulliel, Raphaël Personnaz.
8. Four Lovers (Aimez qui vous voulez)
In this sexy, French romantic drama, two couples decide to explore the boundaries of their relationships by swapping partners. What starts as a fun, free-spirited ménage-a-4 experimentation full of sleepovers, shared vacations, and dinner parties soon turns into a hotbed of desire, anger, and confusion. How French is that.
7. The Duchess of Langeais (Ne touchez pas à la hache)
An intriguing and rewarding dissection of class and gender relations set in the early 19th Century, based on Balzac’s novel.
6. Dans Paris
Christophe Honoré revives the style of the French Newave in Dans Paris, helped by his two charismatic leads Romain Duris and Louis Garrel.
5. Goodbye First Love (Un amour de jeunesse)
A realistic and emotional coming of age story on the euphoria of love and the melancholy of the teenage years. A powerful film.
4. A French Village (Un village français)
This fascinating series which chronicles the life of those in a small village in the Jura during the four years of Nazi occupation was a major hit in France. A must-see.
3. The Blue Room (La chambre bleue)
Mathieu Amalric directs and stars in this adaptation of the 1964 Georges Simenon novel about adultery and death in rural France. A fascinating thriller.
2. Disorder (Maryland)
Disorder builds a slow-burning tension to set the stage for an intelligent, intimate psychological thriller.
This French crime drama television series created by former cop turner actor-director Olivier Marchal is as gritty and gripping as it gets.