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9 New Indies From 2013 Streaming on Netflix Now: ‘All is Lost,’ ‘Interior. Leather Bar’ And More

9 New Indies From 2013 Streaming on Netflix Now: 'All is Lost,' 'Interior. Leather Bar' And More

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 (from last year) that are new to the streaming service — including the 2013 critical darling, J.C. Chandor’s “All is Lost” starring Robert Redford at sea and two James Franco projects, “Interior. Leather Bar.” and “As I Lay Dying.” Several of these films screened at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival, including “How I Live Now,” “Le Week-End,” “Young & Beautiful” and “Blue Ruin.”

They’re listed below in alphabetical order, along with their average Criticwire rating.

All is Lost (J.C. Chandor, 2013)

Average Criticwire Rating: A-

As I Lay Dying (James Franco, 2013)

Average Criticwire Rating: B-

Blue Ruin (Jeremy Saulnier, 2013)

Average Criticwire Rating: A-

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Go for Sisters (John Sayles, 2013)

Average Criticwire Rating: B

How I Live Now (Kevin MacDonald, 2013)

Average Criticwire Rating: B

Interior. Leather Bar. (James Franco, Travis Matthews, 2013)

Average Criticwire Rating: B-

Le Week-End (Roger Mitchell, 2013)

Average Criticwire Rating: B+

The Unbelievers (Gus Holwerde, 2013)

Average Criticwire Rating: N/A

Young & Beautiful (François Ozon, 2013)

Average Criticwire Rating: B

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