I Can’t Think Straight, a 2008 romance lesbian film adapted from a same name novel about a London-based Jordanian of Palestinian descent, Tala, who is preparing for an elaborate wedding. A turn of events causes her to have an affair and subsequently fall in love with another woman, Leyla, a British Indian.
Orlando starts amid the rule of the maturing Queen Elizabeth I .Ruler Elizabeth likes the appealing youthful Orlando and searches out his sexual favours. Consequently, Elizabeth gifts him a vast domain, summoning him, “Don’t blur, don’t shrink, don’t develop old.”
Imagine Me & You, Lesbian Love In First Sight Imagine Me & You look like a old tale. Luce is lesbian, she seen Rachel in her wedding but it’s not normal meeting. Like a love at first sight. Rachel see Luce again for two times. Maybe something happens, she want to see Luce again. Next, […]
The Bostonians based on the same novel of Henry James. The film is set up in a top of Back Bay in nineteen century. Basil Ransom is boring with the luxury life of his friends, appeal to his cousin, Olive Chancellor. Verena Tannant, a friendly and lovely common friend of both Basil & Olive. […]
The World Unseen is a 2007 historical lesbian drama film written and directed by Shamim Sarif, adapted from her own novel. The film is set in 1950s Cape Town, South Africa during the beginning of apartheid. The film stars Lisa Ray and Sheetal Sheth as two Indian South African women who fall in love in a […]