Exploring Hellenic Horizons: 10 Must-Watch Greek Films on Netflix


Streaming platforms such as Netflix have revolutionized the way people consume films and television, offering a diverse selection of movies and TV shows that can be accessed from the comfort of one's home with just a remote click.

This transformative trend extends to the Greek film industry, where a growing number of films directed, produced, and featuring Greek talent are now accessible on Netflix, the global leader in video streaming services.

  • Army Baby (2022): A carefree soldier stationed on the Greek-Turkish border discovers he is the father of an abandoned baby. He and his fellow soldiers keep the baby a secret, but things get complicated when the baby crosses the border into Turkey. Yiannis must embark on a daring mission to get his child back.
  • Broadway (2022): Four young street performers and pickpockets find refuge in an abandoned entertainment complex in Athens. They create a makeshift family and find a sense of belonging, but their world is turned upside down when a former team member is released from prison.
  • Moon, 66 Questions (2021): Artemis returns to Athens after years away to care for her ailing father. She uncovers a family secret that changes her understanding of him and allows them to connect in a new way.
  • All the Pretty Little Horses (2020): Aliki and Petros seem to have the perfect life in rural Greece, but their relationship is strained. When they move from a luxurious house to a modest apartment, they grapple with their loss of social status and find solace in a wealthy acquaintance's vacant home.
  • Apples (2020): A global pandemic triggers amnesia in people, and Aris becomes part of a program to help them rebuild their identities. He embarks on a journey of self-discovery as he navigates this new world.
  • Adults in the Room (2019): Based on the memoirs of Greece's former Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, this film tells the story of the country's 2015 bailout negotiations.
  • Not to Be Unpleasant, But We Need to Have a Serious Talk (2019): A womanizer discovers he carries a fatal virus that only kills women. He must find his ex-girlfriends to identify the carrier and save himself.
  • The Waiter (2018): A shy waiter discovers a dead body and gets caught up in a love triangle and a mysterious disappearance.
  • Pity (2018): A Greek drama film that explores the depths of self-pity.
  • Suntan (2016): A middle-aged doctor becomes infatuated with a young female patient.


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