Love is an immensely powerful human emotion on which innumerable poetry has been written, songs have been sung, and stories have been told. Since time immemorial, mankind has been trying to discover the true essence of the emotion called love through his various musings, but has still failed to find the absolute truth regarding this emotion. This difficulty arises because love is an extremely complicated emotion. Even the lover fails to understand when, where, or why he/she has fallen in love in the first place. Of course, there are societal norms or restrictions which tend to prevent emotions from transgressing certain boundaries. However, on most occasions, one cannot exactly quantify why we fall in love with a certain person.
The mutual attraction between humans can be sexual or romantic, anywhere on the sex/gender spectrum, and even with people beyond one’s age group. The relationships where there is a massive gap in age tend to be looked down upon in society. It is generally presumed that the older partner in such relationships has “trapped” the younger one to fall in love with him/her. However, if the attraction is there, whatever anyone else says should never matter. With all that said, here’s the list of really good older woman younger man romance movies on Netflix that are available to stream right now:
5. B.A. Pass (2012)
This 2012 Hindi neo-noir thriller centers on a young man named Mukesh who has enrolled himself in an undergraduate course. After the death of his parents, he lives with his aunt in Mumbai. Mukesh is not well-loved in his new home, and is constantly made to run errands for his aunt. One such errand leads him to Sarika’s house. She is the wife of Mukesh’s uncle’s colleague, whom Mukesh had earlier met during a party. Sarika takes advantage of the naive Mukesh and uses him to satisfy her sexual urges, eventually reaching a point where she makes him a male prostitute for other sexually unsatisfied married women like her. Mukesh also enjoys his newfound job which earns him quite enough to take care of his two younger sisters.
However, Mukesh’s peaceful days don’t last for long when one day Sarika herself tells on Mukesh to his aunt. ‘B.A. Pass’ is quite a well written film, with strong performances from the two leading actors. However, it must be noted that the depiction of sex in the film is far too unreal to be taken seriously.
4. Miss Stevens (2016)