Category Archives: LGBTQ film

Film Review: Lost and Delirious (2001)

Dir. Leá Pool Piper Perabo, Mischa Barton and Jessica Paré Based, rather loosely, on the book “The Wives of Bath” by Susan Swan and set in a girl’s boarding school. It is told from the point of view of “Mouse” … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Children’s Hour (1961)

Audrey Hepburn, Shirley Maclaine and James Garner This film is about the POWER OF LIES and the results of taking them at face value, without evidence or corroboration. Due to the dictatorial effects of the Hayes Code (set up by … Continue reading

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Letter to Ms Flagg

Dear Ms Flagg, I am writing to you because, well, because I think if a person enjoys something or is affected by something that someone else has put a lot of hard work in to creating, then it is nice … Continue reading

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Films/Tv series watched 2010

Since 2007 I have kept a list of the films/tv series that I watch throughout the year, partly out of an interest in tracking the sort of things I am drawn to, partly becasue I actually like making lists and … Continue reading

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Pourquoi pas moi? (Why not me?) (1999)

(Another one where a trailer eluded me) Amira Casar, Alexandra London, Julie Gayet, Assumpta Serna A delightful and refreshing French film about a group of friends who work at their small science fiction and fantasy publishing company (except Camille’s girlfriend; … Continue reading

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Imagine me and You (2005)

Trailer Lena Headey, Piper Perabo, Mathew Goode, Celie Imrie, Anthony Head and Sue Johnston. A lovely and very British romantic comedy with a slight twist; the romantic element is between two women. However in a very British way, no fuss … Continue reading

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If these walls could talk 2 (2000)

(Trying to find a trailer for this movie appears to have alluded me for the time being, if I find one I will put in the link.) A three part film, (1. Loss 2. New beginning/removing prejudices and assumptions and … Continue reading

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