Top 5 Lockdown Films for a Virtual Holiday

If you’re locked down or not, traveling outside your own country is close to impossible with no end in sight. Dreaming of someone bringing you cocktails to your poolside chair. Sitting around a campfire with new friends you’ve made hiking in Chile. Being anywhere but the same house you live and work in is but a distant memory. So here are my Top 5 films to help you escape and travel the world. From Thailand to Europe you’ll feel like you’re on holiday in a little two hour escape.

The Beach.

Take a trip to Thailand. From the book of the same name by Alex Garland, Leonardo DiCaprio leads this epic tale to find a hidden beach. You can watch The Beach on Disney + Star

Call Me by Your Name.

Italy in the summer in the 1980s. You can almost smell the fresh Italian county air in this beautiful coming of age and first love film. With Timothy Chalamet leading this wonderful journey to discovering himself. You can stream Call Me By Your Name on Prime Video

Eat Pray Love.

Take a trip around the world with Julia Roberts. What’s the best way to handle a midlife crisis? Spend your money traveling to Bali and Italy eating food and making love. You can stream Eat Pray Love on Netflix and Foxtel Now

The Way.

Join Martin Sheen on a hike along the “Camino”. A pilgrimage thousands take a year as part of a spiritual journey. Set mostly in Spain you get to meet a number of characters and their stories in a beautiful film about acceptance, grief and friendships. You can stream The Way on Prime Video

In Bruges.

When a couple of Irish hitmen have to hide out in Bruges Belgium, things take a slight turn when they become hunted. With Colin Farrell leading this dark comedy will have you laughing and admiring the beautiful city. You can stream The Bruges on Stan.

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