19 Best Infidelity Movies on Netflix Right Now (Updated)

19 Best Infidelity Movies on Netflix Right Now – Relationships appear to be in disarray everywhere we look these days. Broken marriages, infidelity episodes, and short-term, attention-grabbing romances appear to be the most common causes of failed, broken promises. Although you and I may frown at the word of ‘infidelity,’ we both know it is deeply engrained in our systems. And, let’s face it, we all enjoy movies about cheating spouses and dishonest husbands. So, with that out of the way, here’s a list of extremely good infidelity movies on Netflix that you can watch right now. Netflix has both cheating wife and cheating husband movies on the list.

My Teacher, My Obsession (2018)

Riley struggles to establish friends after transferring to a new school in ‘My Teacher, My Obsession.’ However, because her father is a teacher at the same school, she eventually realises that most female pupils develop an obsession with him. Surprisingly, things quickly come to a head when Riley’s sole friend in school, Kyla, develops an unhealthy obsession with her father and begins planning sexual encounters with him. Riley is the only person who is aware of Kyla’s motivation, therefore the job of protecting her father falls squarely on her shoulders as she squares off against her buddy.

The Players (2012)

‘The Players’ is a collection of short films on male adultery and married men’s unfaithfulness. The video revolves around numerous married men in diverse settings, demonstrating how each, whether from a happy or unhappy marriage, ends up cheating on their significant others with one or more sexual partners. However, none of these individuals are honest about their acts, preferring to conceal their dishonesty by trickery and deception. ‘The Players’ offers a fascinating peek into the mind of an unfaithful male while sugar-coating its serious message with amusing comedy.

The Mistress (2012)

The Filipino melodrama film ‘The Mistress,’ starring John Lloyd Cruz, Bea Alonzo, Hilda Koronel, and Ronaldo Valdez, depicts a young seamstress Sari who can’t decide between her two boyfriends. JD, the younger one, is passionate and caring, and she sees a future with him, whereas Rico, the older one, has been cheating on his wife with her for several years. Surprisingly, the older man is the father of the younger children. When JD discovers Sari’s friendship with his father, he resolves to leave. But it’s too late by then, and he’s already fallen passionately in love with her.

Deadly Illusions (2021)

‘Deadly Illusions’ follows Mary Morrison, a successful author with a supportive husband and two adorable children. Mary chooses to hire a nanny after obtaining a two-million-dollar advance from her publisher for a new novel. Grace (the nanny) and Mary form a fantastic friendship at first, but the author quickly develops sexual thoughts about Grace. Furthermore, she watches Grace and her husband having sexual relations in the kitchen, however she is confused whether this is her reality or her hallucination. Such occurrences generate a schism, but Mary quickly forgives Grace and re-establishes their friendship. Things take a nasty turn when the agency claims to have no record of Grace, and Mary is left fighting the evil that has infiltrated her home.

Newness (2017)

Welcome to the world of dating apps and technologically mediated partnerships. People no longer share letters on the sly or go on secret first dates at coffee shops. Love in the age of Tinder is quick, convenient, and selfish. And this is what occurs when Martin and Gabriella meet through an online dating app, which they both use to meet new people. They return to Martin’s place after their first date and have sex, with Gabriella subsequently moving in with him. However, things quickly deteriorate as they begin to argue, and one day, both of them end up sleeping with someone else. Later, they confess their infidelity to one another and begin an open relationship.

Leyla Everlasting (2020)

‘Leyla Everlasting,’ directed by Ezel Akay, is a Turkish comedy-drama film that follows Leyla and Adam, a couple whose happily married life gradually stagnates and the two begin to drift apart. As a result, when the latter falls in love, he decides to dissolve his decades-long marriage in order to be closer to his beautiful mistress Nergis. Unfortunately for him, Leyla is not the type of girl who easily abandons relationships, so Adam recognises that he must find a means to get rid of her or risk losing his prohibited lover Nergis.

White Girl (2016)

‘White Girl,’ with its copious amounts of cocaine, nudity, colours, money, and twisted reasons, perfectly represents each of these aspects of the addiction world. But what happens when love is introduced into the midst of this chaos? Let’s see what happens. When Leah, a college student, seeks intoxication in any form, she meets Blue, a Latino drug dealer. Within a few days, both of them are selling narcotics and making good money. However, Blue is apprehended and arrested one day, leaving a bag of cocaine in Leah’s hands. Leah is now attempting to save Blue by crossing all boundaries. But does she truly believe it? Or is there a hidden agenda? After all, she’d only known Blue for five days. You’ll find out if you watch it.

The Unmarried Wife (2016)

‘The Unmarried Wife’ is a Filipino film that depicts the narrative of Anne Victorio, a successful lady who aspires to be the perfect mother and wife, something she has never been. She is married to Geoff, and their picture-perfect marriage is the envy of their peers. Unbeknownst to many, Geoff had cheated on Anne, and their entire utopian marriage was really a façade. To get over her spouse, Anne meets Brian, a single, separated man, and the two begin a passionate romance. Anne, on the other hand, is still married to Geoff. The plot attempts to depict Anne’s troubles as she tries to combine this relationship with her motherly duties and her unresolved love for her husband. This film can be viewed here.

365 days (2020)

Laura Biel (Anna-Maria Sieklucka) is a high-achieving business professional whose relationship with her partner has grown monotonous and boring in the Polish mystery thriller ‘365 Days.’ Massimo Torricelli (Michele Morrone), the head of the Torricelli crime family, kidnaps her after her 29th birthday. He tells her he first saw her five years ago and has been obsessed with her ever since. He also says she’ll be his prisoner for the next 365 days until she develops genuine feelings for him. He goes on to say that he has no intention of forcing himself on her. After an initial attempt to flee, she rapidly understands that it is futile, and she is forced to accept her current situation. Following in the footsteps of the ‘Fifty Shades’ trilogy, ‘365 Days’ is another attempt to depict the BDSM subculture on the big screen.

The Love Affair (2015)


‘The Love Affair,’ the second Filipino entry on the list, depicts Vince (Richard Gomez), whose world is turned upside down when he discovers that his wife Trisha (Dawn Zulueta) has been unfaithful to him. He meets gorgeous lawyer Adie while looking to annul their marriage (Bea Alonzo). It turns out that she is dealing with a similar issue in her personal life. They become closer over time as a result of their shared sense of heartbreak. But Trisha is not one to give up quickly, and the relationship between the three broken but tenacious characters turns into a turbulent love triangle. The film, directed by Nuel C. Naval, has the distinction of being the second Filipino film to surpass the $300 million mark in 2015.

No Other Woman (2011)


‘No Other Woman,’ another love drama from the Philippines, with three main characters: furniture seller Ram (Derek Ramsay), his wife Charmaine (Cristine Reyes), and heiress Kara (Anne Curtis). Ram and Charmaine are in a good relationship. But things start to change between Ram and Kara when they meet. Ram secures a lucrative deal with her father’s resort with the assistance of Kara. Soon after, illicit desires take hold, and he spends the night with Kara. When Charmaine learns about it, she vows she will not be defeated so easily and launches a violent fightback against the wealthy woman. Ruel Santos Bayani, whose previous work includes the 2009 TV series ‘The Two of Us’ and the 2010 romance-drama ‘Paano Na Kaya,’ directs the film.

6 Years (2015)


‘6 Years,’ directed by Hannah Fidell, is a romance drama about a 6-year-long turbulent relationship between two young people, Mel Clark (Taissa Farmiga) and Dan Mercer (Ben Rosenfield). It’s a genuine and sincere portrayal of some of the darkest sides of adolescent love. During their fights, Mel has a tendency to become violent, which occasionally injures Dan. He usually lies to others about his injuries, claiming that they were the result of an accident. Dan’s relationship becomes even more strained after he cheats on her with one of his coworkers. The film spends equal time and attention to the development of both characters. Both are terribly flawed people, but as the film progresses, the audience comes to accept that aspect about them.

Closer (2004)

‘Closer,’ a romantic-drama film directed and co-produced by Mike Nichols, is based on Patrick Marber’s award-winning play of the same name. The plot revolves around Daniel “Dan” Woolf, a failed novelist and journalist who encounters a stripper named Alice on the street. Dan brings her to the hospital after she is injured by a taxi, and the unexpected couple ends up dating. Dan meets a photographer called Anna a year later, who resists his amorous advances. Unable to accept the rejection and move on, he dupes Anna into having a romantic relationship with Larry, a dermatologist. As the novel progresses, the lives of the two couples become inextricably linked as adultery becomes the norm.

A Fall from Grace (2020)


Tyler Perry’s ‘A Fall from Grace’ is a suspenseful thriller about second chances, heartbreak, treachery, and criminality. The storey centres around Grace Waters, a stylish and strong young woman who is struggling to recover from her ex-adultery. husband’s Fortunately, she finds happiness again when she meets another man, but it does not take long for her to understand that her new husband is not the prince charming she believed him to be. A few months later, she is arrested on murder charges for the death of her husband. When there appears to be no hope for Grace, a rookie lawyer who believes she is innocent accepts the case.

Haseen Dillruba (2021)

‘Haseen Dillruba,’ a romantic mystery thriller scripted by Kanika Dhillon, stars Taapsee Pannu, Vikrant Massey, and Harshvardhan Rane in standout performances. The Vinil Mathew-directed film revolves with the murder of a man named Rishab Saxena. When law enforcement investigates the case, they believe Rishab’s wife Rani is a prime suspect. As the novel progresses, the terrible reality of their convoluted relationship emerges. However, as the mystery surrounding Rishab’s death perplexes everyone, the line between truth and fantasy begins to blur.

The Girl on the Train (2021)

‘The Girl on the Train,’ a mystery thriller film, is based on Paula Hawkins’ novel of the same name and is a remake of Tate Taylor’s 2016 film. The film is directed by Ribhu Dasgupta and is about Mira, a bold lawyer who takes on a case against a prominent mafia despite the hazards involved. With her personal life falling apart, she finds some solace in observing a seemingly perfect marriage from the train she frequently takes for work. Mira decides to get involved in their personal lives after noticing something unexpected one day, which leads to her becoming caught in a murder case.

Fatal Affair (2020)


Director Peter Sullivan’s Netflix thriller drama ‘Fatal Affair,’ starring Nia Long, Omar Epps, and Stephen Bishop, follows the storey of a lady named Ellie (Long), who has a brief passionate encounter with David (Epps), a person she knew in college. However, she terminates the connection before it becomes serious and returns to her husband. Frustrated, David soon pushes himself into her personal life, dating one of her closest friends and building a friendship with her husband. Ellie discovers later in the film that David most likely murdered his ex-wife and her lover. She must now do everything she can to safeguard those she cares about.

Lust Stories (2018)

‘Lust Stories’ is a four-part anthology film that delves into the ups and downs of love, relationships, and sex in modern India. One narrative is about Kalindi, a married college professor who has a sexual connection with her student Tejas in order to uncover her own sexuality. Things quickly grow messy when Tejas begins dating his classmate Natasha and Kalindi becomes insanely envious of the two. Ajit has a sexually passionate romance with his maid, Sudha, in another scenario. This quickly changes when he decides to marry. The third storey is about Reena, a housewife who is cheating on her husband, Salman, by having an affair with his best friend Sudhir.

Marriage Story (2019)


‘Marriage Story,’ directed, co-produced, and co-written by Noah Baumbach, is a drama film that chronicles a tragic storey of divorce and explores the complications of modern-day romantic affairs. Nicole and Charlie Barber have been through the ups and downs of a relationship and understand what it takes to stay together. Unfortunately, the couple recognises that when things spin out of control, it is wiser to let go. So, when they have marital troubles, they seek the help of a mediator, but to no avail. As arguments and regrets mount, divorce appears to be the only viable option. The compassionate view of marriage, with all of its flaws, is fascinating to observe.