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10 New Indies Streaming on Netflix Now: 'Don Jon,' 'Instructions Not Included' and More

Photo of Paula Bernstein By Paula Bernstein | Indiewire May 13, 2014 at 6:43PM

From "Boys Don't Cry" to "Don Jon," here are 10 great indie films that are now streaming on Netflix.
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Scarlett Johnansson in "Don Jon"
"Don Jon"

Nearly every month, Netflix adds new films and TV shows while its licensing deals for others lapse. We recently listed all of the movies coming to Netflix this month, but here's a curated look at indies that are new to the streaming service -- including Academy-Award winner "Boys Don't Cry," music doc "Muscle Shoals" and Banky's "Exit Through the Gift Shop." 

They're listed below in alphabetical order, along with their average Criticwire rating. Perfect weekend viewing!

Boys Don't Cry (Dir: Kimberly Peirce, 1999)


Average Criticwire Rating: N/A

Kirsten Dunst in Lars Von Trier's "Melancholia"
Magnolia Pictures "Melancholia"

Charlie Countryman (Dir: Frederik Bond, 2013)

Average Criticwire Rating: C

City of Lost Children (Dir: Marc CaroJean-Pierre Jeunet, 1995)

Average Criticwire Rating: N/A

Don Jon (Dir: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, 2013)


Average Criticwire Rating: B

Exit Through the Gift Shop (Dir: Banksy, 2010)

Average Criticwire Rating: A-

Instructions Not Included (Dir: Eugenio Derbez, 2013)

Average Criticwire Rating: C-

Melancholia (Dir: Lars Von Trier, 2011)

Average Criticwire Rating: B+

Muscle Shoals (Dir: Greg 'Freddy' Camalier, 2013)

Average Criticwire Rating: B+


Metallica Through the Never (Dir: Nimród Antal, 2013)

Average Criticwire Rating


The Pervert's Guide to Ideology (Dir: Sophie Fiennes, 2012)


Average Criticwire Rating

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