Sue Kramer Written by: Ever wonder what would happen if Thelma and Louise were elderly lesbians? The movie has a gay happy ending, and critics loved it.
Miou-Miou, Isabelle Huppert, Guy Marchand This story of two young married women who realize how unfulfilled they are in their marriages when they fall in love with each other takes place in the s, with flashbacks set in World War II, when one of the women was placed in an internment camp for Jews. Stockard Channing, Ellen Muth.
Erika Linder, Natalie Krill This film earned high marks for going all-in with lesbian sex, and gets a spot on this list for that alone, despite being, at times, utterly insufferable. There are more than movies on this list now as we have continued to add to it. Not even an obviously teensy budget can break this gorgeously acted film about a stud finding love, grappling with shifting friendships, and figuring out what it means when the rules you set for yourself are the very things that stop you from getting what you want most.
She consequently moves in with Wil, an adjustment for both of them. Anne is in love. Back in Berlin, her fiancee is visited by an ex.
Hiroko Kanasugi, Ebine Yamaji Starring: Heather Juergensen, Jennifer Westfeldt. Now we have to love her as a mother unable to believe that her daughter Jane is in fact not too pure to be pink.