Bilitis (1977)
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Bilitis (1977) is a lesbian drama and romance movie by David HamiltonTeenage Bilitis (Patti D’Arbanville) sits in her chamber memory the events of the summer simply past. At the beginning of the season, she was rehearsing for her role in her boarding school’s play, however not aged too well together with her lines. Her schoolfriends manage to tear her far from her studies, and that they go sport to the close lake wherever a number of them strip off and go swimming. Bilitis is in no mood for games, however, and stops one in every of her friends change of integrity the others whereas she complains regarding, amongst different things, however she ne’er needs to kiss a boy. very little did she apprehend that ex is simply round the corner, however it’ll not finish as merrily as she would love…

Bilitis is distributed to pay the summer holidays with a young man and wife, asterid dicot genus (Mona Kristensen, married woman of Hamilton in real life) and Pierre (Gilles Kohler), behaves thus sharply towards her that Bilitis needs to seek out asterid dicot genus another man whereas he’s holidaying in Monte Carlo. However, her feelings towards her new guardian stretch to falling gaga together with her, and things area unit difficult by her feelings for native creative person George Lucas (Bernard Giraudeau) has taken a shine to her.

A song that’s a far better tribute to D’Arbanville than this, a boringly tasteful returning aged tale with homosexualism thrown on permanently live. It’s all shot by creative person turned director David Hamilton (not to be confused with land DJ, of course) in soft focus and with golden daylight taking part in over everybody, thus it’s no shock that this additionally fashioned the idea for one in every of his table books yet. With a preoccupation with immature ladies that verges on the creepy, the film might need titlllated if the snail’s pacing and urgently weak plot hadn’t intervened.

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Bilitis (1977)

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