Short Films To Binge Watch On NetFlix When You Limited Time

Short Films To Binge Watch On NetFlix

NetFlix is one of the most famous entertainment platforms in the world. It is known for providing top content to its viewers. Netflix has a huge collection of movies, short films, documentaries, TV series, Shows, and international films in many languages and countries. Here we are looking at short films. The short films are considerably shorter than usual feature-length movies and documentaries. So, if you want to watch something short because of the shortage of time. The following short movie can change your mood into a pleasant one. Not only Netflix, but other platforms like YouTube, Hulu, or Amazon Prime are also providing the best short movies to the viewers.

Here’s the list of top short films on Netflix. 

Heart Shot: The film is the product of Netflix’s Emerging Filmmaker Initiative and it is one of the three films from the initiative. The genre of the short film is action and drama. It is directed and written by Marielle Woods. The movie revolves around the characters named Sam and Nikkie. The two main characters came from very different backgrounds. On one hand, Sam is going to enroll in a college while Nikkie is trying to be focused and living a toxic upbringing.

Love, Death + Robots: Are you the one who does not love animation? Take a trip to the world of Love, Death + Robots. The stories contained in this package will change your mind. The genre of the short films is fantasy, fiction, horror, and comedy. All the stories in this package are gems. Every episode in the compilation of short movies is easy to watch. The length of each episode ranged from 5 to 17-minutes. It is a compilation of animated short stories.

Forgive Us Our Trespasses: Forgive Us Our Trespasses revolves around the story of a young boy named Peter. The length of the movie is 15-minute. Hitler’s eugenics doctrine targeted the physically disabled boy with their soldiers.  Hitler’s eugenics doctrine is shown as a government organization that kills disabled people ruthlessly. When officers of Hitler’s eugenics doctrine came to execute Peter. He ran away and then it led to a hot trail chase between the two parties. The darkest and most tragic periods of Nazi history are depicted in it.

Special: We are sure you are very well aware of Special as the hype about this short movie is very high. The story revolves around a man named Ryan. Ryan is a gay with mild cerebral palsy. After knowing about his condition he tries to rewrite his life as he wants. Ryan starts working as a blogger but he only communicates in text messages. He came to know how to take his life from bleak to chic and began limping towards adulthood.  The short film is based on Ryan O’Connell’s memoir named I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves. Each episode’s length is 15-minutes.

Bonding: If you have very little time but you want something very classy then this Netflix series called Bonding will entertain you to your core. It is a procrastinator, and procrastinating as a short film. The total length of the short film is 15 minutes. The film deserves all the appreciation and limelight it gets. The story revolves around an undergraduate student/dominatrix named Tiff played by Zoe Levin. It also focused on her gay best friend Pete (Brendan Scannell). They are in S&M is a business but it is not pleasant for them. Their professional relationship redefines their friendship in the series.

Honorable Mentions:

  • All in my Family (2019)
  • The Claudia Kishi Club (2020)
  • ReMastered: Who Shot the Sheriff?
  • Ram Dass, Going Home (2018)
  • ReMastered: Devil at the Crossroads (2019)
  • What Would Sophia Loren Do? (2021)
  •  Lorena, Light-Footed Woman (2019)
  • The Trader (2018)
  • ReMastered: Tricky Dick & the Man in Black (2018)
  • End Game (2018)
  • Fire in Paradise (2019)
  • Extremis (2016)
  • Zion (2018)
  • Resurface (2017)
  • Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower (2017)
  • The Speed Cubers (2020)
  • Heroin(e) (2017)
  • The White Helmets (2016)
  • Period. End of Sentence. (2019)
  • Out of Many, One (2018)

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