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From Blizzard Of Souls to Lost Transport, best war movies to watch on CinemaWorld

From A Thousand Times Good Night to Blizzard Of Souls and Lost Transport, seven movies on war and conflicts that are available to stream on CinemaWorld and OTTplay Premium as well. 

From Blizzard Of Souls to Lost Transport, best war movies to watch on CinemaWorld
Movies on war to watch on CinemaWorld

Last Updated: 12.01 AM, Apr 17, 2024


Scores of movies have depicted the harsh realities of battles and portrayed the true picture of wars that have upended lives in various parts of the world. From Blizzard Of Souls to Lost Transport, these gripping movies portray the plight of people whose lives were impacted by conflicts. And more often than not, wars also affect people who are not even directly involved in the conflict.

On that note, we have curated a list of seven movies on war and conflicts that are available to stream on CinemaWorld and OTTplay Premium as well.

Top movies on war and conflicts to stream on CinemaWorld

A Thousand Times Good Night (2013)

Director - Erik Poppe

Cast - Juliette Binoche and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

Runtime – 1 hour 57 minutes


This gripping drama portrays the predicament of Rebecca, a war photographer, after her husband and children refuse to stand by her risky life. Oscar-winner Juliette Binoche stars as Rebecca, who must make the hard choice between the love of her family and the passion for her work. The well-acclaimed movie also stars Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, known for his role in the popular series Game of Thrones.

Blizzard Of Souls (2019)

Director - Dzintars Dreibergs

Cast - Oto Brantevics, Martins Vilsons, Rezija Kalniņa

Runtime – 2 hours and 3 minutes

This Latvian movie narrates the tale of Arturs, a teenager who enlists in the army after his mother is killed by invading forces. But the 16-year-old is tormented by the horrifying scenes of war. Oto Brantevics stars as Arturs in this historical drama that depicts the many conflicts one must face in life.

Our River... Our Sky (2021)

Director - Maysoon Pachachi

Cast - Darina Al Joundi, Zainab Joda, Amed Hashimi

Runtime – 1 hour and 57 minutes

This poignant movie follows a small community of people in Baghdad during the mid-2000 as they try to go about their lives amid the looming threat of violence. Darina Al Joundi plays novelist Sara, who is motivated to pick up her pen again after her best friend is forcefully exiled. The honest film, that urges humanity to hold on to hope in these chaotic times, has also won several global accolades.

Home Front (2020)

Director - Lucas Belvaux

Cast - Gerard Depardieu, Catherine Frot, Jean-Pierre Darroussin

Runtime – 1 hour and 40 minutes

This movie depicts the ordeal of four veterans who are still haunted by the horrifying scenes and deafening roars of the war though it has been decades since they left the battlefield. Even minor incidents trigger memories of their time in Algeria, fighting the war. Starring Gérard Depardieu, Catherine Frot, Jean-Pierre Darroussin and Yoann Zimmer, the film was the official selection for Cannes Film Festival in 2020.

My Little Sister (2019)

Director - Aleksandr Galibin

Cast - Arslan Krymchurin, Marta Timofeeva, Usuf Rakhmetov

Runtime – 1 hour and 34 minutes

Set against the backdrop of the Second World War, the Russian film portrays the bond between a little boy and an orphaned girl. Arslan Krymchurin essays the role of Yamil, who is waiting for his father to come home after the war, but instead finds hope as he bonds with the little Oksana, played by Martha Timofeeva.

Wars (2021)

Director - Nicolas Roy

Cast - Eleonore Loiselle and David La Haye

Runtime – 1 hour and 23 minutes

This French-language film from Canada follows the young Emma as she decides to enlist in the army in the hopes of pursuing a more fulfilling life. But what awaits this wide-eyed young soldier in the harsh military and how she deals with the consequences are portrayed in the film. Eleonore Loiselle stars as Emma, while David La Haye essays the role of her commanding officer.

Lost Transport (2022)

Director - Saskia Diesing

Cast - Hanna van Vliet, Eugenie Anselin, and Anna Bachmann

Runtime – 1 hour and 38 minutes

Inspired by real incidents, the movie depicts the events that unfold after a train transporting Jewish prisoners get stuck near a village in Germany in 1945. Hanna van Vliet, Eugenie Anselin, and Anna Bachmann feature in this film that portrays a moving tale of human bonds.

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