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Films to watch on Netflix in December 2022

These services have made it extremely simple for viewers to watch the best international films and television series from the comfort of their own homes.

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Thanks to streaming services like Netflix, there has been an increase in interest in international content among global audiences in recent years. These services have made it extremely simple for viewers to watch the best international films and television series from the comfort of their own homes. For example, during the holiday season, Netflix will release a number of popular feature films from around the world. Here is a list of 2022 Netflix Original films that are expected to draw millions of viewers.

1. The Polish film “Delivery by Christmas” will be released on December 6, 2022. Aleksandra Kuakowska and Maciej Prykowski are the directors. Netflix summarised the plot as follows:

“The romantic comedy Delivery by Christmas, about a thirty-year-old courier who must save Christmas, will entertain, surprise, and make you cry.”

2. The Spanish film “Burning Patience” will be released on December 7. Boris Quercia directs the film. The official synopsis for the 1 hour 30 minute film is as follows.

“A young man works as Pablo Neruda’s mail carrier and becomes immersed in a world of words, fueling his desire to become a poet in order to woo the woman of his dreams. You can watch all you want.”

3. “The Marriage App,” a Spanish film, will be released on December 9. Sebastián De Caro directs the film, which stars Luisana Lopilato, Juan Minujn, and Cristina Castao.

“A frustrated couple tangled in a troubled marriage finds hope in a fun app that rewards good deeds — until the obsession to win points takes over.”

4. “Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio” is a 1 hour and 56 minute English animated film that offers a fresh and unique perspective on the classic fairytale, its characters, and the world. Guillermo del Toro wrote the screenplay. Guillermo and Mark Gustafson co-directed the film.

“In Italy, a father’s wish magically brings a wooden boy to life, giving him the opportunity to care for the child,” according to the streamer.

5. “I Believe in Santa” is an English romantic comedy film that will be released on December 14. Lisa is shocked to learn that Tom is obsessed with her least favourite holiday after five months of happy dating. Is it time to reintroduce Christmas?

6. Alex Ranarivelo directed “I Believe in Santa,” and John Ducey wrote the screenplay. The film’s main cast members are Christina Moore, John Ducey, and Violet McGraw.

7. On December 15, the streamer will show “The Big 4,” an Indonesian crime comedy film. Timo Tjahjanto wrote, directed, and produced the hilarious and action-packed film.

The following synopsis was obtained from IMDb Pro:

“A strict detective investigates her father’s death and follows a clue to a remote tropical island, only to discover his true identity as the leader of a gang of assassins. She must now join forces with the crooks her father had trained – four retired, down-on-their-luck assassins itching to get back into the game.”

8. Alejandro G. Iárritu co-wrote, produced, edited, and directed “Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths,” a three-hour Mexican epic black comedy-drama film. The film will be available on Netflix on December 16, 2022. Daniel Giménez Cacho and Griselda Siciliani star in the film.

“Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths” follows a journalist/documentarian who returns to Mexico and experiences an existential crisis in the form of dreamlike visions. It is Iárritu’s first film shot entirely in Mexico since 2000’s Amores Perros.

9. The Turkish film “Private Lesson” will be released on the same day at 12:00 a.m. (PT) or 3:00 a.m. (PT) (ET). Turkish filmmaker Kivanç Baruönü directed “Private Lesson,” originally known as zel Ders in Turkish. The plot of “Private Lesson” is as follows.

“As a private tutor, Azra secretly coaches students on achieving their life and love goals — but not without a few setbacks.”

10. On December 19, the streamer will show the 1 hour 30 minute comedy Italian film “Natale a tutti I costi.” The film is a remake of Alexandra Leclère’s 2021 French film Mes très chers enfants. The hilarious Christmas comedy “Natale a tutti I costi” starring

Dharma Mangia Woods and Claudio Colica, as well as Christian De Sica and Angela Finocchiaro. Giovanni Bognetti’s film, written and directed by him, will be available exclusively on Netflix beginning Monday, December 19th.

On December 20, “A Not-So-Merry Christmas” will premiere. It is a one-hour and twenty-minute Spanish comedy film. Jonathan Lesane directed the film, which stars Troy Pindell, Evan Kishiyama, Aleksander Ristic, and Briana Kennedy. The plot of the film is as follows.

“Chuy is cursed, and when he wakes up, he realises he’s lived a full year but can only remember Christmas Day. From now on, every year.”

12. “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” is a sequel to 2019’s “Knives Out,” bringing together a new cast in Greece for a new murder mystery and case for Daniel Craig’s sharply-dressed detective Benoit Blanc.

Rian Johnson wrote and directed the film “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,” also known as the Glass Onion murder mystery. Glass Onion premiered on September 10, 2022, at the Toronto International Film Festival, and was theatrically released on November 23, 2022, prior to its Netflix streaming on December 23, 2022.

The film takes place on a Greek island, where Edward Norton’s billionaire character invites his friends to join him for a mystery game that turns deadly. When a body is discovered, Detective Benoit Blanc will take the case. The sequel has more comedic moments and a suspenseful plot than the first.

13. “A Night at the Kindergarten” is a dark comedy film from Poland about a pre-school nativity play that turns into a trial for a mischievous 5-year-old. It follows a young man who interrupts a school play rehearsal in order to prevent his girlfriend’s son from being expelled by a group of teachers and eccentric parents. Rafa Skalski directs the film, which stars Piotr Witkowski, Lena Góra, and Zbigniew Zamachowski. The film “A Night at the Kindergarten” will be released on December 28th.

14. On December 30, the English science fiction comedy film “They Cloned Tyrone” will be released. Juel Taylor directs “They Cloned Tyrone” in his feature film directorial debut, based on a screenplay written by Taylor and Tony Rettenmaier. John Boyega, Teyonah Parris, Kiefer Sutherland, and Jamie Foxx star in the film. Foxx also serves as the film’s producer.

“They Cloned Tyrone” synopsis: In this pulpy mystery caper, a series of eerie events lead an unlikely trio on the trail of a nefarious government conspiracy.

Noah Baumbach wrote and directed the apocalyptic black comedy film “White Noise.” The film is based on Don DeLillo’s 1985 novel of the same name. It is Baumbach’s eleventh narrative feature film and the first that is not based on his own original story. Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, Raffey Cassidy, André Benjamin, Alessandro Nivola, Jodie Turner-Smith, and Don Cheadle star in the film.

“White Noise” had its world premiere on August 31, 2022, at the 79th Venice International Film Festival, and was released in select theatres on November 25, 2022. “White Noise” will be available on Netflix on December 30, 2022.