The Absolute Sexiest Movies On Netflix

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Is there anything more fascinating than the endless contortions of the human heart — and the human body? Probably not, since most movies, books, and pop music revolve around the same topic. Who we love, who we want, who loves us, and who wants us are four of the most essential questions of life.
We culled the best of Netflix's "Steamy" category for your (viewing) pleasure. Each of the movies on this list does a particularly good job of addressing this subject of fascination, also known as the bedroom. From suburban couples in Sydney to a sexual rivalry in 16th-century India, these movies offer a kaleidoscopic approach to the same topic when taken together.
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So someone call the fire department, because these movies are smokin’ hot. And not only are they smokin’ hot, but they’re streamable. Yep, it looks like your Friday night in just got a whole lot sexier.
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My Golden Days (2016)

If it's about golden days, you know it's going to be a nostalgia-soaked coming-of-age story. My Golden Days doesn't disappoint. In the film, a middle-aged anthropologist looks back on his first love.
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Little England (2013)

In the 1940's on a wealthy Greek island called Andros, a 20-year-old woman named Orsa falls madly in love with a fellow islander, Spyros. When Spryos goes to war, her controlling mother makes her marry someone else. And when Spyros returns, Orsa's younger sister marries him. With both couples living under the same roof, heartbreak and sex appeal and longing will threaten to tear the house apart.
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Y Tu Mama Tambien (2001)

Two best friends on the cusp of adulthood take the road trip of a lifetime with an alluring older woman named Luisa. Lots of the sexiest scenes in movie history ensue, all laced with the film's signature blend of melancholy and exhilaration.
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Take This Waltz (2012)

Margot's (Michelle Williams) happily married existence with her husband, Lou (Seth Rogen), is jeopardized when she has sudden chemistry with a free-wheeling artist and rickshaw driver, Daniel.
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Kiss Me (2011)

Frida and Mia are brought together at a wedding — the wedding of Frida's mother and Mia's father, in fact. Their undeniable attraction makes Mia question her engagement. The film's sensual love scenes are intertwined with palpable moments of self-awakening.
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Adore (2013)

Robyn Wright and Naomi Watts play childhood best friends who, upon realizing they grew up in the most beautiful place of all time, decide (wisely) never to leave. Their lives are in strange parallel. They live in beautiful houses on the Sydney coast, and have sons at the same time. Soon, those sons grow up into strapping young men, gods of the surf. Well, soon each begins an affair with the other's son. The lush drama challenges conventions of family, love, and what's considered "acceptable" to an insanely satisfying degree.
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Sex and Lucia (2001)

This Spanish drama knows quite a bit about the complexities of interpersonal relationships. Lucia, the protagonist of the film, escapes to the Balearic Islands (Ibiza, baby!) after breaking up with her longtime boyfriend. It’s in this Mediterranean paradise that Lucia has the time to piece together the dark depths of her former relationship. While drenched in erotic and sexual energy (and scenes), Sex and Lucia is, at its heart, quite a dark drama with a complicated plot.
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Bang Gang: A Modern Love Story (2015)

Basic chemistry of the teenage years states that if you put enough kids in a boring town, some crazy stuff is going to happen — especially if those kids live in France. Alex, a teenager, is living with his best friend while his mother is in Morocco for nine months. To whittle away the time, Alex organizes sex parties — as one does. Drama, jealousy, and repercussions ensue when proof of the parties is released on the internet. Try not to envy the crazy youth you never had.
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Kama Sutra: A Tale Of Love (1998)

Are you surprised that a movie with the words “Kama Sutra” in the title would be dripping with sex scenes? This historical romance tells the story of two childhood friends in 16th-century India who grow up to become, well, sexual rivals. But how could they avoid this fate, when one girl is groomed to marry a king, and the other to become his courtesan? That said, the movie’s story is really just a conveyer belt for its lush, drawn-out erotic scenes. Bon appetit.
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Nymphomaniac: Vol. I & II (2013)

Known for depicting brute violence and sadism in his films, Danish director Lars von Trier often goes where no other director has gone before. In this two-volume film, Von Trier tackles sex, and lots of it. Joe, a self-diagnosed nymphomaniac, recounts, in graphic details, the adventures of her sex life.
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Blue Is The Warmest Color (2013)

This award-winning film made a name for itself with its naturalistic portrayal of young love and its 15-minute sex scenes. In fact, it's so seriously steamy that it garnered a rating of NC-17.

In the film, French teenager Adele's life is forever changed after she meets Emma, a woman with blue hair, and the two begin a torrid affair. Track each step of the rise, plateau, and fall of a young romance. Weep for the love that can only exist before the 20s.
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The Little Death (2014)

Anyone familiar with the French word for orgasm (la petit morte) knows that this film is referencing one thing and one thing only: sex. This risque comedy peers into the sex lives of five couples in suburban Sydney, because who said sex is only for the city? Each couple ventures into a different pocket of the sexual universe, and we get to explore our voyeuristic side in watching them.
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