The 8 Best Movies on Indieflix Right Now

The 8 Best Movies on Indieflix Right Now

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The Seattle platform iNDIEFLIX was once a contender with the biggest streaming platforms. Now it serves as a niche platform with a diversified focus: live events, education films, and a foundation. Still, there are a few good movies to stream that we have spotted on there. 

Below, here are the best movies on Indieflix.

4. The House I Live In (2012)

6.9

Country

Australia, Germany, Japan

Director

Eugene Jarecki

Actors

Barack Obama, Betty Chism, Bill Clinton, David Simon

Moods

Thought-provoking, Thrilling, True-crime

The House I Live In is a truly exceptional documentary, directed and narrated by Eugene Jarecki, focused on America’s long-standing “War on Drugs”. Jarecki travels America to interview various individuals and families on both sides of the law, examining many personal experiences related to drug offenses, unjust legal policies and excessive incarceration. He further provides a fascinating historical account of the political and socioeconomic developments that brought about the formation of many depressed communities overrun by drug trade, as well as the interrelated political, legal and private-interest infrastructures that continue to both depend upon and profit from drug-related sentencing. An utterly stunning film that every American should see to truly understand all of the elements at play in the ongoing prohibition against drugs in America.

3. Warrior (2011)

6.9

Country

United States of America

Director

Gavin O'Connor

Actors

Anthony Johnson, Anthony Tambakis, Armon York Williams, Bryan Callen

Moods

Action-packed, Dramatic, Emotional

Do you know those movies where you just look at the poster and you go “damn this will be good”? This is absolutely not one of those, but I promise, it’s still great. Warrior is surprisingly sophisticated for its genre, awesomely executed and what about the acting you say? Hardy and Edgerton are strong together (pun intended). Warrior is a movie filled with authentic emotions designed to give you hope that something unconventional can still come out of the genre.

2. The Savages (2007)

7.2

Country

United States of America

Director

Female director, Tamara Jenkins

Actors

Cara Seymour, David Zayas, Debra Monk, Erica Berg

Moods

A-list actors, Slice-of-Life, Well-acted

Philipp Seymour Hoffman stars in this family drama next to Laura Linney as siblings. They have to unite to support their father who after the death of his girlfriend finds himself alone. The Savages, after the family name, have dynamics that are all too common and easily recognizable. This is a beautiful and real movie.

1. Angry Inuk (2016)

best

8.8

Country

Canada

Director

Alethea Arnaquq-Baril, Female director

Actors

Aaju Peter, Alethea Arnaquq-Baril

Moods

Discussion-sparking, Instructive, Mind-blowing

Like all great documentaries, Angry Inuk is about way more than its tagline. At first glance, it’s about how anti-sealing activism has been harming Inuit communities since the 1980s, to the point of instituting the highest rates of hunger and suicide anywhere in the “developed” world. But beyond, it’s about the complicity of the government of Canada. A crushed seal-based economy means that the Inuit have to agree to oil and uranium mining in the Arctic.

Angry Inuk is also about the corrupt behavior of animal rights organizations like Greenpeace: seals are actually not on the endangered animal list but NGOs focus on them because they make them money.

It’s an infuriating but incredibly important documentary. One that is not about how Canada has a bad history, but about how Canada is harming the Inuit right now.

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