Netflix just added so many Canadian movies and it’s a chance to see Canada on your TV screen


Looking to see Canada on your TV screen? Well, Netflix Canada just released a whole bunch of Canadian movies on its platform to celebrate Canadian Film Day.

No matter what kind of movie you like to watch, there’s something for everyone, with surprisingly well-known names like Jake Gyllenhaal, Dianna Agron and Daniel Radcliffe.

the 21 movies added by Netflixand all the great Canadian content that was there before, is in the “Celebrating Canadian Films” genre tag.

Some notable films include the 2013 film Enemy, directed by Dunes Denis Villeneuve and starring Jake Gyllenhaal as a boring Toronto academic who finds someone who looks exactly like him.

If psychological thrillers aren’t your thing, you can check out The F-worda romantic comedy also set in Toronto, starring Daniel Radcliffe, Zoe Kazan and Adam Driver.

Looking west, those looking for a mystery can check out the 2017s hollow in the grounda film shot and set in a small Canadian town in the mountains featuring Joyis Dianna Agron. This winding, twisting film is about the character of Agron who seeks to clear his missing brother after being suspected of murder. You know this will keep you guessing!

And, from the northern part of the country, you can’t go wrong with Grizzlies. It’s a film about a Nunavut youth lacrosse team created to fight suicide in a small community, experiencing all the ups and downs that a good sports drama on this topic promises.

These, of course, are just a few of the movies coming to Netflix on Wednesday, April 20. Of the 21 films, there are hilarious comedies, gripping documentaries, chilling horror films, and basically everything in between.

So to maybe see your hometown, or some place like it, on the big (small) screen, you could be watching places worse than Netflix right now.


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