Does Netflix have Italian movies? The answer is a resounding yes and these are the best Italian movies on Netflix. And what a great list! With so many Italian movies streaming on Netflix, you need a guide to point your way to the best of the best. If that's what you're looking for, then look no further than this Netflix Italian movies list.
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On My SkinAlessandro Borghi, Jasmine Trinca
Arrested in Rome for a drug-related offense, Stefano Cucchi endures a harrowing week in custody that changes his family forever. Based on true events.
The Man Without GravityElio Germano, Michela Cescon
Directed by: Marco Bonfanti
The Man Without Gravity is a 2019 Italian modern fairy tale directed by Marco Bonfanti. A child (Elio Germano) is born and is unaffected by the Earth's gravity.
Welcome Mr. President!
When frustrated politicians name a historical figure as the next president, an honest, humble man by the same name suddenly becomes Italy's leader.
Happy as LazzaroAdriano Tardiolo, Agnese Graziani
Directed by: Antonio Morabito
Directed by: Francesco Amato
5 Star ChristmasMassimo Ghini, Ricky Memphis
Directed by: Marco Risi
When the Italian prime minister meets his lover and political rival while on an official trip to Budapest during Christmas week, things go topsy-turvy.
My Honor Was LoyaltyLeone Frisa, Francesco Migliore
Directed by: Alessandro Pepe
The RuthlessRiccardo Scamarcio, Sara Serraiocco
Directed by: Renato De Maria
SlamLudovico Tersigni, Jasmine Trinca
Teen father-to-be Sam imagines his future as a young parent and finds a surprising mentor while reading about his idol, pro skateboarder Tony Hawk.
The AppSean Faris, Sarah Roemer
Directed by: Isak Borg, Dena Hysell
The App is a 2019 Italian drama film directed by Elisa Fuksas. While in Rome to shoot his first movie, Niccolò (Vincenzo Crea) becomes obsessed and sent into a self-destructive spiral.