(2007) Starring:Pauline Acquart, Louise Blachere, Adele Haenel Director:Celine Sciamma Certificate:
Summer in a new suburb outside Paris. Nothing to do but look at the ceiling. Marie, Anne and Floriane are 15. Their paths cross in the corridors at the local swimming pool, where love and desire make a sudden, dramatic appearance.
Excellent! Good story lines, good characters, really well written and very funny in parts.
Lip Service - Season 2
(2012) Starring:Ruta Gedmintas, Ross Thomas, Laura Fraser Director:Sallie Aprahamian Certificate:
All six episodes from the second series of the BBC's lesbian drama set in Glasgow. The series follows the lives and loves of a group of 20-something friends: architect Cat (Laura Fraser), policewoman Sam (Heather Peace), actress Tess (Fiona Button) and photographer Frankie (Ruta Gedmintas). In this ..read more »
Very, very good. Good story, keeps you glued and guessing till the end.
(2005) Starring:Charles Dance, Rupert Evans, Elaine Cassidy Director:Aisling Walsh Certificate:
Three-part BBC television adaptation of the novel by Sarah Waters, set in Victorian London. In the dark alleyways and backstreets of the capital, orphan girl Sue Trinder (Sally Hawkins) is raised by Mrs Sucksby (Imelda Staunton) and her family of petty thieves, crooks and con men. Among Mrs Sucksby'..read more »
(1998) Starring:Radha Mitchell, Gabriel Mann, Charis Michaelson Director:Lisa Cholodenko Certificate:
Syd meets Lucy, a legendary photographer, who takes her on an unexpected trip of self discovery. Slowly, Syd learns the dark truths of Lucy's life and she is forced to confront the price she has to pay for recognition and the unpredictable rewards of fame.
I didn't expect much from this, but it's entertaining and does have a storyline
Room in Rome
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(2010) Starring:Elena Anaya, Natasha Yarovenko, Enrico Lo Verso Director:Julio Medem Certificate: Watch now: Unavailable Run time: 103 minutes
Two women, who have only just met, embark on an intimate and passionate journey that will leave marked forever. In a room in Rome, they explore the unknown terrain of each other and find themselves transfixed in love. The story takes place over 12 hours, before each woman departs...
VERY good film. Sad and sweet and scary in places, but very well done.
My Friend From Faro
(2010) Starring:Manuel Cortez, Anjorka Strechel, Florian Panzner Director:Nana Neul Certificate:
Lesbian-themed German drama following the relationship between dreamer Mel (Anjorka Strechel) and androgynous Jenny (Lucie Hollman). The two girls begin dating after a chance encounter, though Mel believes that Jenny is a boy named Miguel. As their relationship grows, however, the truth inevitably ..read more »
(2011) Starring:Jeanne Disson, Sophie Cattani, Malonn Lévana Director:Celine Sciamma, Céline Sciamma Certificate:
Gay-themed French drama following 10-year-old tomboy Laure (Zoé Héran). After moving to a different neighbourhood with her family, Laure is mistaken for a boy by Lisa (Jeanne Disson) and decides to accept this new identity under the name of Michaël. She spends a summer with Lisa, playing games and ..read more »
(2007) Starring:Jean Pierre Reguerraz, Germán Palacios, Guillermo Angelelli Director:Lucia Puenzo Certificate:
Drama from first-time Argentinian director Lucia Puenzo. Alex (Ines Efron) is a 15-year old hermaphrodite who's more female than male. Her family have moved to a relatively uninhabited, remote island in an effort to keep her out of trouble, but when the first boy who takes a liking to her discovers ..read more »