Carol 2015 In an survival of the fittest of Patricia Highsmith’s seminal late The Price of Salt, CAROL follows two women from literally different backgrounds who clash themselves in an unexpected pity affair in 1950s New York. As by the numbers norms of the time knock the chip off one shoulder their what you see […]
Red Doors tells the story of the Wongs, an oddly dysfunctional Chinese-American family living within the big apple suburbs. impotence Wong has simply retired and plots to flee his mundane life. However, the riotous, madcap lives of his 3 rebellious daughters amendment his plans. The eldest girl, Samantha, is associate degree formidable bourgeois in Manhattan […]
A Woman Like Eve is a 1979 Dutch drama film about a lady who leaves her better half for another lady. The movie was directed by Nouchka van Brakel Young mother of two Eva is send on vacation to France by her significant other to help her pressure. There she meets lesbian Liliane who lives in a […]
Sister My Sister is set in provincial France in the early 1930’s. Two young, country sisters enter domestic service in the bourgeois household of a penurious widow and her homely daughter.
Chloe is about a married couple, Catherine and David, she a specialist, he an educator, are from the start the ideal couple. Joyfully wedded with a skilled adolescent child, they seem to have an untainted life.
The Pirate 1984 is a 1984 French drama film directed by Jacques Doillon. It was entered in the 1984 Cannes Film Festival. With the help of a couple of her oddball friends, a woman takes her former lesbian lover to a hotel to convince her that their affair shouldn’t end. After much […]
Blue is the Warmest Color, winner of the Cannes 2013 Palme d’Or is a controversy lesbian film became the subject of a lot of debates that not only limited as a film but also extended its influence in real life and the art of cinema itself . Although not divided clearly , the film still feels like […]