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|It’s In The Water (1998)
In the small southern town of Azalea Springs, the country club still sets the rules. Here, being a member of “The League” is a must and only hair dressers and interior designers are supposed to be gay. A frenzy breaks out when a tipsy comment starts a rumor that the local drinking water turns you gay. This unexpected spark adds fuel to already smoldering fires as the religious and socially righteous begin to join forces. The combination becomes the catalyst for residents who must now face or deny their own realities in this outrageous comedy with a queer little twist.
|But I’m A Cheerleader (1999)
Megan (Natasha Lyonne, Everyone Says I Love You) has it all. She’s popular, pretty, dates the captain of the football team, and she’s a cheerleader. To Megan’s surprise, one day her family and friends confront her with evidence that she is gay: she’s a vegetarian, she doesn’t like kissing her boyfriend, and she’s got a poster of a cheerleader in her locker. In spite of Megan’s protests, her parents send her packing to a homosexual rehabilitation camp, “True Directions.” There, Megan works hard at becoming straight, until she gets to know Graham (Clea Duvall, Girl Interrupted). This John Waters influenced comedy brilliantly blends humor with romance as Megan finds the courage to be herself. Also featuring RuPaul and Mink Stole.
|Desert Hearts (1986)
Vivian is a repressed English professor who goes to Reno for a quickie divorce in 1959. She spends the weeks waiting for her final divorce papers at a dumpy dude ranch where she mets Cay, a beautiful young casino worker. The two develop a friendship that stirs desires in Vivian that she can not deny. Slowly their attraction deepens into bold sensuality as they develop a bond that renews their hearts.
Desert Hearts pulses with a fabulous 50’s soundtrack featuring Elvis Presley, Patsy Cline and Patti Page.
Based on the tragic life and times of America’s first supermodel. Set in the late 1970’s in New York City – Studio 54, designer jeans, drugs and disco. One girl is living life in the fast lane. She can have any man – or any woman she wants. Sex, money, glamour, fame – it’s all within her reach.
Angelina Jolie, Faye Dunaway
|Lost and Delirious (2001)
Mouse Bradford (Misha Barton, The Sixth Sense) has just arrived at boarding school. Her two senior roommates, the striking, sharp-witted Paula (Piper Perabo, Coyote Ugly) and the charming and beautiful Tori (Jessica Paré, Stardom), quickly adopt the homesick girl. When Paula and Tori are found to be lovers, Mouse, caught in the role of accomplice and confessor, is left torn between her two friends.
|The Hours (2002)
Tre forskellige kvinder i tre forskellige tidsperioder. Forfatterinden Virginia Woolf kæmper i 1920’erne med romanen Mrs. Dalloway. I 1949 læser den gravide Laura Brown Woolfs bog, mens hun er ved at arrangerer sin mands fødselsdag. I nutidens New York skal Clarissa Vaughn, af venner kaldet Mrs. Dalloway, holde fest for sin AIDS-syge ven Richard.
The romantic thriller you’ve been hearing so much about in which two girls in love attempt to foil the Mob. Gina Gershon and Jennifer Tilly star in what they self-describe as “film noir with the mixture of suspense and humor and the kind of sexiness and stylishness it allows for.” Hailed as one of the best films of the year by Roger Ebert.
|If These Walls Could Talk 2 (2000)
A trio of stories about lesbian couples in three different decades. This is a semi-followup of the first “If These Walls Could Talk,” with three segments set in the same house, but with different occupants, spanning nearly 40 years. While the first film dealt with women and the topic of abortion, this drama deals with women and lesbianism.
“1961” – When Abby dies of a stroke, her surviving partner of 50 years, Edith, must silently face heartbreak and the denial of her status as “family” by the hospital and Abby’s heirs.
“1972” – Linda, a feminist, out, college student is ousted, along with her lesbian cohorts, from the on-campus women’s group: the cause of feminism comes first, apparently. In an attempt to forget their troubles, the friends go to the only lesbian bar in town, where Linda meets Amy, who is too butch to muster approval with Linda’s friends. Intrigued, in spite of her buddies, Linda comes to understand and fall in love with Amy, while learning about her own predjudices.
“2000” – Fran and Kal want to have a baby. But they want the baby to be theirs and theirs alone, so to the sperm bank they go. But the decisions to be made! Ordering over the Internet? Which donor? What race? What gender? And what if the sperm bank is out of that???
|Fried Green Tomatoes: Collector’s Edition (1991)
A chance encounter in a nursing home between dowdy housewife Evelyn Couch (Bates) and spry octogenarian Ninny Threadgoode (Tardy) leads to an unexpected friendship. Ninny tells Evelyn an absorbing story of two women who lived half a century ago in the town of Whistle Stop: the fiercely independent Idgie (Mary Stuart Masterson) and the gentle Ruth (Mary Louise Parker). Idgie stands up to the Klan, Ruth’s abusive husband and a charge of murder in a time when a woman’s place was considered the kitchen. Idgie’s courage in the face of adversity inspires Evelyn to take a look at her own life and make drastic changes, often with hilarious results.
It’s the story of a friendship and love that defied all obstacles, a devotion that couldn’t be broken and a courage unlike any other. It’s the story of a simpler time, and the strength of the human spirit that still exists today. 130 mins.
|Another Way (aka Egymasra Nesve) (1982)Starring: Jadwiga Jankowska-Cieslak, Grazyna Szapolowska, Josef Kroner, Gabor Reviczky
Directed by: Karoly Makk
A tragic love story set against the backdrop of the 1956 Hungarian Uprising. Hungarian dialogue with English subtitles.
|En 3-kantet historie (Gazon Maudit) Frankrig (1995)
Loli (Victoria Abril) og Laurent (Alain Chabert) lever i et lykkeligt ægteskab, selvom han har en del udenomsægteskabelige fornøjelser. Men den hjemlige idyl bliver sat på en alvorlig prøve, da den lesbiske Marijo (Josiane Balasko) går i stå med sin varevogn lige udenfor deres hus og straks forelsker sig i Loli.
|Coup de foudre (1983)In 1942 in occupied France, a Jewish refugee (Lena Weber) marries a soldier (Michel Korski) to escape deportation to Germany. Meanwhile a wealthy art student (Madeleine) loses her first husband to a stray Resistance bullet; at the Liberation she meets an actor (Costa Segara), gets pregnant, and marries him. Lena and Madeleine meet at their children’s school in Lyon in 1952 and the intensity of their relationship strains both their marriages to the breaking point.
|Silkwood (1983)Fairly accurate recounting of the story of Karen Silkwood, the Oklahoma nuclear-plant worker who blew the whistle on dangerous practices at the Kerr-McGee plant and who died under circumstances which are still under debate.
|Henry & June (1990)Based on the journals of noted Parisian diarist Anaïs Nin, HENRY AND JUNE portrays the love triangle that developed in the 1930s between Nin (Maria de Medeiros), expatriate writer Henry Miller (Fred Ward), and Miller’s wife (Uma Thurman).
|Poison Ivy (1992)
A sexy teen (Barrymore) who lives with her aunt moves in with a reclusive teen (Gilbert) and slowly works her way into the lives of her adopted family.
|The Craft: Special Edition (1996)
A new girl moves to a new city with her family to start a new life. She meets up with the girls who are very interested in the occult and together, the four of them have a seemingly unstopable power. They can do anything, from getting thier dream guys to like them to… the possibilities are limitless.
|Boys on the Side (1995)
Whoopi Goldberg leads a hilarious cast of women going through life, love and the 90’s.
|Basic Instinct (Collector’s Edition – Unrated) (1992)
The movie that galvanized the gay community is back in this special edition DVD, cleverly packaged in clear plastic ice case, complete with collectible ice pick pen with red ink! Starring Sharon Stone in her first lesbian role.
|Thelma & Louise (1991)
Louise is working in a fast food restaurant as a waitress and has some problems with her friend Jimmy, who, as a musician, is always on the road. Thelma is married to Darryl who likes his wife to stay quiet in the kitchen so that he can watch football on TV. One day they decide to break out of their normal life and jump in the car and hit the road. Their journey, however, turns into a flight when Louise kills a man who threatens to rape Thelma. They decide to go to Mexico, but soon they are hunted by American police.
|Boys Don’t Cry (1999)
One of the best films in 1999. A true story about hope, fear and the courage it takes to be yourself. Hilary Swank won her first Oscar® for Best Actress in this riveting film. Also starring Chloe Sevingy (If These Walls Could Talk 2).
|Better Than Chocolate (1999)
A sexy romp of love and lust with surprising results. Maggie (Karyn Dwyer) meets the woman of her dreams Kim (Christina Cox) just hours before her mother, Lilia (Wendy Crewson), and brother, Paul (Kevin Mundy), move in with her. When the four end up sharing a loft, Maggie believes she must keep her affair a secret but it is Maggie’s clandestine romance that inadvertently introduces her family to a host of new experiences, all of which are potentially better than chocolate.
Linda Griffiths plays Lianna, the naive young wife of a professor bored with her life and angered at her husband’s blatant sexual indiscretions. She has an affair with another woman, Ruth (Jane Halleran), and when her affair becomes common knowledge, she finds herself shunned by both her friends and family. Released shortly after a handful of films touching upon homosexual relationships (MAKING LOVE, PERSONAL BEST), LIANNA is a realistic depiction of a lesbian relationship that does not succumb to typical Hollywood formulas. Director John Sayles traces the consequences of divorce and the constrictions of women’s possibilities with an unsentimental eye, showing that freedom often comes with a heavy price. Although many people were skeptical about a man helming a film about lesbians, Sayles does an admirable job creating a movie that no studio wanted to touch, on a budget that very few directors could live within.
|Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit (1990)
This is the story of Jeanette, adopted by working-class evangelists in the North of England, in the 1960’s.
Brought up to preach the gospel alongside such spiritual giants as Testifying Elsie and Pastor Spratt, Jeanette is destined for the missionary field, but her high success rate of converts turns into a charismatic encounter with one girl in particular. Love and sex were not scheduled into her timetable, but at 16, Jeanette decides to leave the church, her home and her family, for the young woman she loves.
Funny and tender, Oranges is a document of the wilder side of religious enthusiasm, and an exploration of the power of love.
|When Night Is Falling (1995)
Successful in her teaching job at a conservative religious college, Camille looked forward to marrying her adoring, minister boyfriend and settling down to the conventions of family and career. But a chance encounter with a beautiful, irresistibly sensuous young female circus performer named Petra is about to transform Camille’s predictable life into an electrifying erotic adventure.
Captivated by Petra’s impulsive sexuality and passionately free spirit, Camille is drawn into a world whose existence she never dared imagined. A world of hypnotic sensuality, rapturous self-discovery and exquisite erotic pleasure. Now, walking an emotional high-wire between the familiar past and the forbidden future, Camille must choose between the love she can’t forget… and the desire she can’t resist.
|I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing (1987, 81 min)
The simplest things often defy description—as does the world according to Polly, the quirky center of Patricia Rozema’s frequently hysterical and often touching Canadian film, I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing. Gauche, plain, trusting, na”ve, bumbling, but never pathetic, Polly (Sheila McCarthy) appears inept at everything except capturing her own particular vision in still photographs. Nursing a walloping crush on her new employer, Gabrielle, a suave and sophisticated art dealer, Polly struggles with her wildly vacillating self-confidence and daydreams (in cool and cuttingly funny black-and-white sequences) about blossoming into an urbane and sophisticated soul. Her discovery that Gabrielle might not be the artistic genius she’d believed her to be leads to an unexpected twist and spin on the real meaning of creativity. An original gem with wonderful performances.
|Bar girls (1994, rated R)
A fresh and funny comedy featuring a group of women whose lives and loves intertwine against the backdrop of a Los Angeles lesbian bar. It’s the drama of the lesbian dating game we all know and love too well. Bar Girls is a hilarious look at what happens if you put a bunch of lesbians in a round room and tell them to be monogamous.
Love, comedy, gossip, dating and matchmaking… all part of this now-classic lesbian movie. Filmed in glorious black and white, Go Fish is a fun and sexy glimpse into the lives, loves, and drama of a cluster of lesbian friends. So genuine, so familiar, you’ll find yourself tittering with delight and watching this video again and again.
|Serving in silence: THE MARGARETHE CAMMERMEYER STORY (1995, made for TV) Chikane
Glenn Close won the “Outstanding Lead Actress” Emmy for her performance in this made-for-television drama about the rights of homosexuals in the military. Close stars as Colonel Margarethe Cammermeyer, an Army medical officer with an eye on a promotion who is suddenly tossed into discharge proceedings after admitting to being homosexual. The film shows how she fought the system with the help her family and the support of gay rights activists. Judy Davis stars as her lover and also won the Emmy for “Outstanding Supporting Actress.” Barbra Streisand was among the executive producers and the film was nominated for several Emmy and Golden Globe awards. ~ Bernadette McCallion, All Movie Guide
|The Killing of Sister George (1968, 138 min)
Late ‘60s lesbian melodrama has good intentions, but feels both dated and prurient. Beryl Reid is excellent as a boisterous, ageing television actress – and Susannah York looks awfully good in a blue nightie – but emotionally, this is pretty dusty stuff.
|THE CHILDREN’S HOUR (1961, unrated)
A troublemaking student at a girl’s school accuses two teachers of being lesbians.
Audrey Hepburn, Shirley MacLaine
|Claire of the Moon
Blond, brash and beautiful, Claire Jabrowski attracts men easily, and takes her own heterosexuality for granted. But at a writer’s conference, she shares a cabin with Dr. Noel Benedict, a lesbian who questions Claire’s promiscuous lifestyle. Challenged and disturbed by Noel, Claire can’t accept her ideas, but finds, to her great surprise, that she feels an attraction to her.
As the two debate back and forth, Noel also falls under Claire’s charms, but she is wary, having recently suffered a disastrous breakup. As each faces her fears, an intricate — and sensual — “dance” takes place between them, as they move apart, then come closer and closer …
One of the most beloved lesbian classics, “Claire of the Moon” tells a timeless story of a woman’s struggle as she awakens to new possibilities for love and intimacy.
|Kissing Jessica SteinJessica is a sensitive but neurotic New York journalist who’s fed up with the dating life. One day, she happens to read an intriguing personal ad, but it’s in the “women seeking women” section. On a daring whim, she answers the ad, and meets funky downtown hipster Helen for drinks. To Jessica’s shock, they click instantly, and a first kiss leads to an earnest, hilarious, muddling courtship.
|Love Story – A videotape by Catrine Clay (1997) Kan lånes på biblioteket
Dokumentar – 60 min.
In 1942 Berlin, LiIly Wurst was a model Aryan hausfrau with a picture of the FŸhrer on the wall, a husband in the army, and a German motherhood medal for bearing four sons. With this distinction came mother’s helper Ulla Schaaf, who unbeknownst to Lilly was deeply involved with the Jewish underground. When Lilly boasted that she could “smell a Jew”, Ulla tested her by introducing her to Felice Schraderheim, aka Felice Schrader, a 20 year old Jewish woman living in hiding. The result of that meeting is an unusual love story whose arc is followed through recollections, documents, and archival footage in this beautifully made documentary.As Ulla Schaaf and others in the Jewish underground describe living in constant fear of denunciation, they recall how Felice risked her life to smuggle false papers. In intimate interviews, Lilly tells how their relationship deepened until Felice revealed to her the secret of her Judaism. Sharing a home, wedding vows, and the care of Lilly’s children, in 1944 Felice chose to stay in Berlin with Lilly rather than flee to neutral Switzerland. Later that year she was arrested by the Gestapo, never to return.
Now 82, Lilly shares her remaining photos and love letters to recall the great love of her life. As survivors from the underground recall acts of everyday courage, Love Story powerfully depicts ordinary people’s resistance to injustice. Skillful, haunting, and elegiac, Love Story is a potent meditation on the healing and transformative power of love and compassion in the face of adversity. Produced for the BBC.
Lilly Wust and Felice Schragenheim–the real-life “Aimée” and “Jaguar”
Aimee & Jaguar
Berlin 1997. An estate agent and clients are looking around a slightly delapidated flat. An old lady is sitting next to her belongings, waiting to go into an old people’s home. Over half a century ago, in the middle of the second world war, this flat was a meeting point for young people and a hideout for outsiders.
Lilly Wust (Juliane Köhler) leads a conventional life, not suspecting that she will soon be the central figure in extraordinary events. In 1943 she is in her late twenties, has four children, and is a good housewife, although she frequently has lovers. Her husband Günther (Detlev Buck), a soldier on active duty, also has affairs. The couple lives a bourgeois life, but not repressed, as far as sex is concerned. At a concert, Lilly meets a young woman in passing who will turn her life upside down.
At first she knows nothing about Felice Schragenheim (Maria Schrader), neither that she is friends with Lilly’s maid, Ilse, nor that she is Jewish and living in the underground. There is no particular reason why the brief encounter between the two women should have consequences, since both women are preoccupied with their own survival. Every night there are bombing raids over Berlin, Lilly has to care for her children, and Felice is constantly in danger of being arrested by the Gestapo. Fate brings the two women together a second time, and Lilly feels that she is the object of Felice’s desires. She is attracted and fascinated, but also confused.
Felice is completely different from all the women Lilly has met so far in her life. She is more self-confident, energetic and intelligent. Felice’s women friends also have these qualities, which bewilder Lilly. One day Felice embraces Lilly and kisses her on the mouth in a way Lilly has never experienced before. She is shocked, slaps Felice, and turns away from her; and yet she feels that something has begun from which she will not be able to escape.
A passionate love affair begins amidst the bombing raids and the threat of persecution. The two women write letters and poems to one another almost every day. They call one another Aimée (Lilly) and Jaguar (Felice). But Lilly does not really know much about this woman Felice, who disappears for days on end without satisfactory explanation. Eventually, Lilly is overcome by jealousy and Felice is forced to admit that she is Jewish. Felice, who is working for a Nazi newspaper under a false name and delivering information to a resistance group, knows how dangerous this admission could be, since Lilly’s husband is clearly a Nazi and there is a bust of Hitler in Lilly’s flat. But Lilly surpasses herself; she lets Felice move into her flat and divorces her husband. The two women make a pact of love and marriage. They try to block out the dreadful reality of war and persecution, but it catches up with them. One hot day in August 1944, after an outing to the banks of the Havel where they swam, played around and photographed one another, the Gestapo is waiting in Lilly’s flat…
Amanda Plummer(Pulp Fiction; The Fisher King) and Saskia Reeves (Antonia & Jane; Dune; Heart)are a pair of lesbian lovers on a lethal rampage through Britain. With music by The Cranberries, PJ Harvey and Bjork!
Thrilling and provocative, Heavenly Creatures is a highly acclaimed, true-life story of the shocking crime that stunned a nation. When circumstances bring together two bright and highly imaginative teenage schoolgirls – they quickly form an unwavering bond – creating a fantasy world that only they can share. But soon their parents, disturbed by the intensity of their friendship, threaten to keep them apart. In retaliation, the girls vow to stay together, devising a secret plan that leads to shocking consequences! With captivating performances and startlingly original visual effects, Heavenly Creatures is gripping entertainment you won’t soon forget.
Personal BestPersonal Best, the directing debut of Oscar-winning Chinatown writer Robert Towne (Tequila Sunrise), is a bracing celebration of athletes who live the way they play: with total passion. Mariel Hemmingway (Manhattan, Civil Wars) stars as a promising hurdler who finds the emotional and athletic seasoning she needs with a caring mentor (Patrice Donnelly). Their relationship gradually develops into a passionate romance which is ultimately threatened as both vie for a spot on the U.S. Olympic team.
Depicting a world rarely seen in movies, Personal Best’s human insights make it compelling for more than only sports fans. Months of training build into competitive truth. Cameras capture the charged atmosphere of the 1980 Olympic Trials. And world-class athletes excel as actors, bringing to the set the same poise they show on the track. 128 minutes.
SalmonberriesIn this classic and haunting tale directed by Percy Adlon (Bagdad Café), two women meet and develop an unusual and unexpected relationship. k.d. lang portrays Kotz, an androgynous young Eskimo. She is attracted to Roswitha (Rosel Zech, Aimée and Jaguar, Lola), a German expatriate and the town librarian. Although Roswitha initially rebuffs the younger woman, Kotz’s innocent persistence gradually wins her over. Together, they find the freedom to face old demons and to express their hidden yearnings.
Beautifully shot on location in Alaska and Germany, the film also features Grammy® award-winner k. d. lang singing the evocative song Barefoot throughout. The music video version of Barefoot appears on both the 10th Anniversary VHS and the new DVD editions. The DVD also includes an intimate interview with k. d. lang in her home. Speaking candidly to her old friend and Salmonberries director Percy Adlon, lang reminisces about the making of the film and her impressions of the vast Alaskan wilderness.
Two in TwentyTWO IN TWENTY is a five episode soap opera that follows the complex lives of two lesbian households. With humor and suspense, the characters in this soap confront complicated issues such as child custody, lesbian parenting, AIDS, substance abuse, racism, coming out, monogamy, non-monogamy, crushes, lust, sex, bisexuality, and of course, therapy.
And since no soap opera is complete without commercials, TWO IN TWENTY contains original ads for fictitious products. These ads, rooted in feminist and lesbian humor, satirize the consumerism at the core of the daytime television experience. 3 volume set
Chasing AmyThis movie is part of the “New Jersey Trilogy” by Kevin Smith. Be forewarned, Kevin Smith’s writing and the actors he casts in his movies are not for everyone. This film explores the insecurities all people have whether gay or straight. The two lead characters are comic book writers, one straight male and one lesbian, who end up in a relationship together. Many issues about relationships, sexual orientation, and how our pasts impact our present are explored. What I liked about the movie when I first saw it was Amy’s honest dialogue about her sexuality. How do you explain why and how you are a lesbian to someone who is not? Can you be attracted to a man if you identify as a lesbian? I am not sure I am a Kevin Smith fan, though I am glad I have watched his movies. Actually, I am NOT a Ben Affleck fan and he has the lead male role in Chasing Amy. The fact that Joey Lauren Adams is easy on the eyes and gives a solid performance in the movie helped deflect my distaste for Ben. This is a movie that should be able to spark good dialogue with your date or partner, but certainly not a movie you are going to watch for lesbian sex scenes. (G)
The Hunger – (1983)Susan Sarandon & Catherine Deneuve are incredibly sexy in this vampire thriller. Miriam (Deneuve) is an Egyptian vampire subsists upon the blood of her lovers. In return the men and women become her lovers and are not supposed to age. Sarah (Sarandon), is a doctor trying to find the answer to aging who becomes intrigued by Miriam and ends up as one of her “victim’s”. Okay, this might not be the best vampire story out there, but the lesbian love scene between Sarandon and Deneuve is worth watching this movie.
The Incredibly True Story of Two Girls In Love – (1995)
– A cute and warm romantic comedy about two high school girls finding love and more. The story is interesting and the film’s funny and fast-paced climax is worth watching.
Anne Trister (1986)
Anne Trister is a small Quebec film, directed by Leà Pool (Movements of Desire) in 1986. This is a film of somewhat less-than-profound aims, but interesting in a way due to its simple charms.
Anne is a artist who has just suffered from the death of her father, and to get away from her former life for awhile, she leaves her Switzerland home, and her recording engineer boyfriend, and moves to Quebec. While there, she also runs into an old friend of her father`s, who gives her a decent place to stay at a neighbour`s house, and also gives her an abandoned building to work on her art.
The woman she stays with is Alix, a child psychiatrist. The two get along smashingly, but a peculiar thing begins to happen. Anne clearly is falling in love with Alix. It’s peculiar because the script doesn`t make a big show out of it. This is not one of those painfully self-conscious stories of people “coming out of the closet”, and saying how great it is to be gay, and other such nonsense, but, rather, it just simply happens. There is a nice scene showing how Alix still attempts a sense of decorum even after Anne goes so boldly as to kiss her before she leaves.
Tank Girl (1995)
Tank Girl (Rebecca) and her friends are the only remaining citizens living in the wasteland that is Earth, where all the remaining water is controlled by Water and Power, the mega corporation/government that runs the territory. While incarcerated at W + P, Tank Girl and her new friend Jet Girl break out and steal… a tank and a jet. After meeting some mutant kangaroo/humans, and rescuing her little girl (adopted by her friends), the kangaroos and the girls kick Water and Powers’ butt.
Rebecca (a.k.a. Tank Girl) escapes from the clutches of the all-powerful corporation Water and Power in post-apocalypse Earth, where there is no rain. She and shy sidekick Jet Girl steal their respective W&P military vehicles and wreak havoc on W&P troops and outposts, all the while being pursued by the evil CEO, Kesslee. The entire movie is filled with good one-liners and miscellanous cool gadgets and stuff. Also, the soundtrack fits nicely with the scenes. These things are difficult to summarize, so go see the movie.
Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (1993)
Sissy Hankshaw is born with enormous thumbs that help her hitchhiking through the US from a young age. She becomes a model in advertising and her NY agent ‘the Countess’ sends her to his ranch in CA to shoot a commercial, set against the background of mating whooping cranes. There, she befriends Bonanza Jellybean, one of the cowgirls at the beauty- ranch. The cowgirls take command of the ranch from the Countess and ‘drug’ the cranes with ‘peyote’. The police besiege the ranch.
Fucking Åmål (1998)
Åmål is a small insignificant town where nothing ever happens, where the latest trends are out of date when they get there. Young Elin has a bit of a bad reputation when it comes to guys, but the fact is that she has never done *it*. Another girl in her school, Agnes, is in love with her but is too shy to do anything about it. For different reasons, Elin ends up at Agnes’ birthday party as the only guest. They have a girl’s night out together but after that Elin desperately avoids Agnes, refusing to even consider her own homosexuality.
Set It Off (1996)Four Black women, all of whom have suffered for lack of money and at the hands of the majority, undertake to rob banks. While initially successful, a policeman who was involved in shooting one of the women’s brothers is on their trail. As the women add to the loot, their tastes and interests begin to change and their suspicions of each other increase on the way to a climactic robbery.
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Color Purple, The (1985) – farven Lilla
Sydstaterne, den første halvdel af det 19. århundrede. Celie bliver solgt som kone til den brutale Albert. Livet er slidsomt og hun skriver om hverdagen med hårdt arbejde og tørre tæsk til sin søster. Endelig samler Celie mod til at forlade sin mand og søge lykken selv. Men inden da skal hun så meget grueligt ondt igennem.
An Angel at My Table (1990)
Starring: Kerry Fox, Alexia Keogh
Director: Jane Campion
Synopsis: Powerful biopic about gifted New Zealand writer Janet Frame, who battled mental health doctors and institutions throughout her life. Must-see viewing for fans of richly detailed, introspective human dramas.
Runtime: 158 minutes
Black Widow (1987)
Catherine is a black widow. ” She mates and then she kills”. Black Widow is the story of a lady (Catherine) who marries lonely millionaires, waits until they’ve changed their will to leave all to their beloved wives and then murders them to inherit the fortune. With each man Catherine marries, she changes her appearance to suit the mans personality. Only there’s one problem. Alexandra (Debra winger) is a smart cookie and has found a link between these unexplained mysterious deaths and the partners wives. But now her only problem is proving that a killer is on the loose and saving herself from the deadly Black Widow.
Nomi Malone sets out for Las Vegas to become a showgirl. After working as a stripper, she gets her big break at a chorus line audition for the Stardust Casino production, ‘Goddess.’ She soon finds out that ‘showbiz’ is a rough-and-tumble world–is she tough enough to claw her way to the top? And if so, is it really worth it?
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