Relationships appear to be in ruins everywhere these days. These are the most common causes of unsuccessful marriages: adultery, short-term, attention-swapping relationships, and divorce. Despite our initial skepticism at the word “infidelity,” we know that it is a part of our DNA. You have to confess that we all enjoy seeing movies about spouses who lie or cheat on their wives. The following is a list of the best Netflix infidelity movies you can watch right now. Netflix has a number of movies on cheating spouses and cheating spouses.
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15. Newness (2017)
Welcome to the world of dating apps and technology-enabled partnerships. People no longer meet in coffee shops to exchange letters or have first dates in secret. Love is quick, easy, and self-centered in the age of Tinder. Martin and Gabriella meet via an online dating service they both use to hook up with people, and it’s exactly this that happens. As a result of their initial encounter, Martin invites Gabriella to spend the night at his place where they have sex and eventually move in together. After a few fights and the discovery that both of them are sleeping with someone else, things quickly go downhill. Both of them eventually confess their indiscretions and begin an open relationship. This film can be viewed here.
14. Palm Trees in the Snow (2015)
Spanish drama “Palm Trees in the Snow” is based on Luz Gabas’ best-selling novel of the same name. The entire story is told through a series of flashbacks. The story revolves around Clarence, a little girl who receives a letter that contains information about her elderly uncle Killian, who is suffering from dementia. She discovers that Killian had been giving money to a Guinean family living on an island for the past many years. And no one in his family knows anything about it. As a result, Clarence embarks on a quest to learn the truth about Killian’s background, during which he unearths a number of startling revelations that had been dormant for many years. This film can be viewed here.
13. White Girl (2016)
‘White Girl,’ with its abundance of cocaine, nastiness, colors, money, and twisted reasons, perfectly illustrates the world of addiction. It’s not clear what will happen when you put love into this pandemonium. Let’s see what happens. She meets Blue the drug dealer as she searches out intoxication in any way as a college student. Both of them are selling narcotics within a few days and are making good money. Eventually, Blue is apprehended and arrested, and Leah is left with a bag of cocaine. Now, Leah is doing everything in her power to save Blue from certain death. But is this something she truly believes? Is there something else at work here? After all, she and Blue had only been friends for a matter of days? You’ll find out if you watch it.
12. The Unmarried Wife (2016)
Filipino movie “The Unmarried Wife” follows wealthy lady Anne Victorio as she strives to be the ideal mother and wife she was never able to be. Those who know her and her husband, Geoff, are envious of their marital bliss. Although Geoff and Anne’s utopian marriage is only a fiction for the sake of appearances, he has cheated on her. Anne meets Brian, a single, divorced man, in order to get over her ex-husband, and the two begin a passionate romance. Then there’s the fact that Anne and Geoff are still married. While trying to portray Anne’s conflicted sentiments toward her husband and her motherly duties, the story attempts to show how difficult it is for her to maintain a healthy work-life balance. This film can be viewed here.
11. 365 days (2020)
As a high-flying corporate professional, Laura Biel’s relationship with her boyfriend (Anna-Maria Sieklucka) has become monotonous and boring. Massimo Torricelli (Michele Morrone), the head of the Torricelli crime family, kidnaps her shortly after her 29th birthday. Since the first time they met five years ago, he has been enamored with her, he tells her. For the next 365 days, he informs her, she’ll be his prisoner until she falls in love with him. He adds that he doesn’t want to bully her into a relationship with him either. After making an initial attempt to flee, she rapidly understands that she has little choice except to accept her current situation. This is the second film to attempt to depict BDSM lifestyle on the big screen after the ‘Fifty Shades’ trilogy.
10. The Love Affair (2015)
Richard Gomez’s Vince (Dawn Zulueta) is devastated to learn that his wife Trisha (Dawn Zulueta) has been unfaithful to him in this second Filipino film on the list. Adie, a lovely lawyer, helps him get a divorce from his wife (Bea Alonzo). She has a similar issue in her personal life, it turns out. Their common experience of loss strengthens their bond over time. That doesn’t mean they’re going to give up easily, though, and their connection becomes a turbulent love triangle. With a budget of over 300 million, Nuel C. Naval’s film is the second highest grossing Filipino film of 2015.
9. No Other Woman (2011)
Ram (Derek Ramsay), Charmaine (Cristine Reyes), and Kara, an heiress, are the three main characters in ‘No Other Woman,’ a Filipino love drama (Anne Curtis). Charmaine and Ram have a wonderful relationship. After meeting Kara, Ram and Kara’s relationship begins to change. Ram secures a lucrative business with Kara’s father’s resort thanks to Kara’s assistance. Soon, he finds himself enamored with Kara, giving in to his forbidden urges. After Charmaine learns about it, she vows to strike back against the wealthy woman with a violent effort. the 2009 TV series “The Two of Us” and 2010 romantic drama “Paano Na Kaya”), Ruel Santos Bayani directs the film.
8. 6 Years (2015)
‘6 Years,’ directed by Hannah Fidell, is a love story about a six-year relationship between Mel Clark (Taissa Farmiga) and Dan Mercer (Jake Gyllenhaal) (Ben Rosenfield). It’s an honest portrayal of the more sinister sides of first love. In their fights, Mel has a tendency to become violent, which often results in Dan getting hurt. Whenever someone asks him about his injuries, he usually tells them that they were the result of some sort of accident. After Dan has an affair with one of his coworkers, their relationship becomes even more tumultuous. Both characters are given equal time and attention in the film. The spectator comes to recognize how imperfect they both are as characters as the movie goes on.
7. You Carry Me (Ti mene nosiš) (2015)
You Carry Me’ by Croatian writer and director Ivona Juka is a stunning debut feature. There is an all-star cast for this narrative, which takes place in Zagreb, Croatia’s capital. Heroic footballer-turned-petty criminal Vedran (Goran Hajdukovi), shares an unusual bond with his daughter Dora (Helena Beljan), who is also a gifted athlete. Vedran and Lidija’s (Nataa Janji) marriage has deteriorated into an icy one. Lana Bari, who plays a character named Ives, is also a member of the film’s cast. Ives has been caring for her ailing father since he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s illness, and she feels stuck in her predicament. Pregnancy, infidelity, criminality, and death all feature prominently in this poignant examination of the human condition.
6. The Mistress (2012)
The Mistress, a Filipino melodrama film starring John Lloyd Cruz, Bea Alonzo, Hilda Koronel, and Ronaldo Valdez, about a young seamstress named Sari who is torn between two suitors. Both Rico and JD have been cheating on their wives for a long time, but Rico is the more passionate and kind of the two, whereas Rico has been cheating on his wife for a long time. As it turns out, the father of the younger children is the older man. In light of Sari and his father’s relationship, JD decides to go away. But it’s already too late; he’s already in love with her and can’t get her out of his mind.
5. Y tu mamá también (2001)
Maribel Verd plays Luisa (the film’s star), a woman who learns that her husband is having an affair just as she is diagnosed with terminal cancer in the Mexican film ‘Y tu mamá también.’ Julio (Gael Garca Bernal) and Tenoch (Toni Collette) are two Mexican youths who accompany her on a road trip across rural Mexico (Diego Luna). One of Alfonso Cuarón’s first works, this film tackles difficult subjects including sex, drugs, politics, and racial prejudice head-on. One of its most emotional aspects is that movie focuses heavily on the development of its two male protagonists. The film was a critical and audience favorite when it first came out. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay in 2002.
4. Indiscretion (2016)
Veronica (Mira Sorvino) is the therapist wife of well-known politician Jake Simon in “Indiscretion,” a film directed by John Stewart Muller (Cary Elwes). Her suspicions of cheating have been rife for years. A passionate relationship blossoms between her and artist Victor Bernard (Christopher Backus) when they meet by chance. In the end, she decides to break off her relationship with him. The stalking of her and her family begins at this point, when Bernard reveals his psychopathic side. As a Lifetime movie classic, “Indiscretion” embraces its campiness wholeheartedly. In 1995, Sorvino earned an Academy Award for her depiction of Linda Ash in Woody Allen’s film, ‘Mighty Aphrodite.’ She leads the cast with an effortless performance.
3. Anna Karenina (2012)
‘Anna Karenina’, a film adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s 1877 novel of the same name, is a 19th-century epic romance tragedy. Iconic heroine Keira Knightley stars as Count Alexandrovich, Karenin’s wife. The story focuses primarily on her (Jude Law). Anna and the count have a strained relationship that has become worse over the years. An affair with Count Alexei Kirillovich Vronsky (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), a young cavalry officer, quickly develops. ‘Pride and Prejudice’ and ‘Atonement’ filmmaker Joe Wright previously collaborated on ‘Knightly’. After its release, the film earned largely positive reviews from critics and was a small commercial success, collecting $68.9 million in box office receipts against its $40.6 million budgeted amount.
2. Fatal Affair (2020)
The Netflix thriller drama ‘Fatal Affair,’ directed by Peter Sullivan and starring Nia Long, Omar Epps, and Stephen Bishop, follows the story of Ellie (Long), a woman who has a brief passionate encounter with David (Epps), a person she knew in university. However, before things become too serious, she calls time on the romance and returns to her husband. By dating one of her closest friends and forming a connection with her husband, David rapidly becomes a part of her personal life. With time, Ellie discovers that David is likely responsible for the deaths of his ex-wife and her boyfriend. She now has no choice but to do everything in her power to keep the people she cares about safe.
1. Lust Stories (2018)
‘Lust Stories’ is a four-part anthology film that examines the difficulties of love, relationships, and sex in contemporary India. When a married professor named Kalindi has an extramarital affair with one of her students named Tejas in order to learn more about her own sexuality, the narrative gets interesting. When Tejas begins dating his classmate Natasha and Kalindi becomes obsessed with the two, things quickly grow more problematic. Another tale involves Ajit and his maid Sudha, who are having an extramarital affair that is both sexually and physically passionate. When he gets married, this all changes. Reena, Salman’s wife, is having an affair with his best friend, Sudhir, who is her husband’s best buddy. This film can be viewed here.