Elena Anaya and Natasha Yarovenko - Room in Rome Movie
Cast: Elena Anaya, Natasha Yarovenko, Enrico Lo Verso, Najwa Nimri
One room. Two women. Infinite possibilities.
Like the erotic classic Last Tango In Paris, the new drama Room In Rome is a controversial, boundary-breaking film about two women who bare their bodies and their souls during one memorable night in a hotel in Rome. Writer-director Julio Medem (the international smash hit Sex & Lucia) returns with this provocative tale of Alba and Natasha. Two strangers meet, tentatively flirt and then head to Alba s hotel room where they exchange life stories amidst passionate bouts of love-making. The stunning actresses Elena Anaya (Pedro Almodovar s Talk To Her, Sex & Lucia) and Natasha Yarovenko (Diary Of A Nymphomaniac) unflinchingly expose their deepest desires: the two women grow increasingly honest emotionally the closer they get physically. Certain to be a landmark in cinematic sexuality, Room in Rome is a serious and sexy foray into uncharted territory.
Ashleigh Summer, Cathy DeBuono and Jill Bennett - And Then Came Lola Movie
Cast: Ashleigh Sumner, Jill Bennett, Cathy DeBuono, Jessica Graham
This wonderfully fun and sexy lesbian romp takes a tour through the streets of San Francisco as photographer Lola (the beautifully athletic Ashleigh Sumner) races to get to a crucial meeting on time. As usual, Lola is running late. Her job and her girlfriend Casey (Jill Bennett, Dante’s Cove, We Have To Stop Now) are on the line and Lola has three chances (ala the art house classic, Run, Lola, Run) to make it right. As Lola races against the clock is Casey falling into the arms of her ex?! Will Lola make it in time? Will she come at all?
Bursting with creativity and fresh cinematic style And Then Came Lola packs in everything we want in a lesbian movie: Beautiful women, a great script, high-quality production values, an exciting soundtrack of hot new music - plus fun animation, hilarious laugh-out-loud reflections on lesbian life (depicted in brilliant direct-to-camera “therapy” sequences) and one of the most charismatic new lesbian actresses we’ve seen in years: Lola herself, played by the irresistible Ashleigh Sumner
Alexandra Dahlstrom and Rebecca Liljeberg - Show Me Love Movie
Director: Lukas Moodysson
Cast: Stefan Hörberg, Rebecca Liljeberg, Erica Carlson, Mathias Rust, Alexandra Dahlström
Upscale Font In a small town called Amal, Elin (Alexandra Dahlstrom) and her high school friends are part of the "in-crowd." Elin is the popular school debutante, and she is the rage with all the boys on campus. Agnes (Rebecca Liljeberg) is not part of the "in-crowd," she is considered an outcast. Young and pretty, but unconcerned of her social status, Agnes is getting ready for a birthday party she doesn't really want that is being planned by her parents. Nothing much happens in the small town of Amal until Elin accidentally goes to the wrong party and her life takes a new direction. On a dare, Elin kisses Agnes to see if Agnes really is a "lesbian" and her life is transformed. Elin discovers that she has been repressing something that was innately there all the time. This is the story of two girls, Elin and Agnes, who fall in love. Swedish director Lukas Moodyson's SHOW ME LOVE is a contemporary tale of longing, the joy and pain of being in love, the comical and heartbreaking aspects of growing up and the courage it takes to be different. It is a universal of love and understanding.Read more at http://www.traileraddict.com/trailer/show-me-love/trailer#w8KWRfE8Y3cuQRJf.99
Lisa Ray and Sheetal Sheth - I Can't Think Straight Movie
Cast: Lisa Ray, Sheetal Sheth, Antonia Frering, Dalip Tahil, Nina Wadia, Anya Lahiri
Tala, a London-based Palestinian, is preparing for her elaborate Middle Eastern wedding when she meets Leyla, a young British indian woman who is dating her best friend.
Spirited Christian Tala and shy Muslim Leyla could not be more different from each other, but the attraction is immediate and goes deeper than friendship.
As Tala's wedding day approaches, simmering tensions come to boiling point and the pressure mounts for Tala to be true to herself.
Moving between the vast enclaves of Middle Eastern high society and the stunning backdrop of London's West End, I Can't Think Straight explores the clashes between East and West, love and marriage, conventions and individuality, creating a humorous and tender story of unexpected love and unusual freedoms. The World Unseen.
Free-spirited Amina has broken all the rules of her own conventional Indian community, and the new apartheid-led government, by running a cafe with Jacob her 'coloured' business partner. When she meets Miriam, a young traditional wife and mother, their unexpected attraction pushes Miriam to question the rules that bind her. When Amina helps Miriam's sister-in-law to hide from the police, a chain of events is set in motion that changes both women forever.
In a system that divides white from black and women from men, what chance is there for an unexpected love to survive?
Allison McAtee and Sarah Stouffer - Bloomington Movie
Cast: Allison McAtee, Sarah Stouffer, Katherine Ann McGregor
Jackie Kirk, a 22 year-old ex-television child actress arrives in the mid-west all the way from California. She is ready to explore new options and exercise a sense of independence that had thus far been lacking in her life. Her greatest wish is to blend in with her peers which proves to be difficult at times as she fields the endless parade of stares and questions about “Neptune 26,” the popular sci-fi show she was once a part of. Jackie has not been away from her family since the show ended four years prior. Although she is not exactly close to her parents, being alone for the first time is nonetheless an overwhelming experience.
During a psychology department mixer Jackie meets CATHERINE STARK, a mysterious teacher in her early thirties with an infamous “lady-killer” reputation. In spite of warnings she received from other students, Jackie falls for Catherine’s charm and the two outsiders begin an instantly intense relationship.
Through the course of the school year their bond grows stronger and more personal until suddenly Jackie is faced with the chance to audition for a feature film version of her now defunct television show. The prospect of attempting a comeback into the ultra-competitive world of show business is at first daunting to Jackie but after much soul searching she decides to accept the challenge. Armed with renewed self-confidence and a few new insights she picked up courtesy of her psych studies, Jackie decides to give it her all and fight to reclaim her old role.
However, her possible return to the spotlight quickly turns into a life-lesson of its own for both student and teacher. Catherine finds that her illicit behavior, once mostly unnoticed, is now attracting unwanted attention and therefore putting her job security in jeopardy. As for Jackie, she finds that discovering her life’s passion and charting her own course might also mean having to say goodbye to her first true love.
Dreya Weber and Paris P. Pickard - A Marine Story Movie
Cast: Dreya Weber, Paris P. Pickard, Christine Mourad, Rob Beddall, Anthony Michael Jones, Jason Williams, Deacon Conroy, John Lee Ames, Brad Light
A story set against the Don't Ask, Don't Tell Policy of the US Military. A decorated Marine officer unexpectedly returns home from the war and is quickly recruited to help a troubled teen prepare for boot camp, but when the true reasons for her return become known it threatens the future for both of them.
Emily Blunt and Natalie Press - My Summer of Love Movie
Cast: Natalie Press, Emily Blunt, Paddy Considine, Dean Andrews
My Summer of Love is this summer's most intoxicating and intriguing romance. From Pawel Pawlikowski, the award-winning director of "Last Resort", comes a tale of obsession and deception, and the struggle for love and faith in a world where both seem impossible.
The passionate, droll, and mysterious drama features striking performances from its two lead actresses, both of whom are movie newcomers.
The film vibrantly charts the emotional and physical hothouse effects that bloom one summer for two young women (Natalie Press and Emily Blunt). Mona (played by Ms. Press), behind a spiky exterior, hides an untapped intelligence and a yearning for something beyond the emptiness of her daily life. Tamsin (Ms. Blunt) is well-educated, spoiled and cynical. As they are complete opposites, each is wary of the other's differences when they first meet, but this coolness soon melts into mutual fascination, amusement and attraction.
Adding further volatility is Mona's older brother Phil (Paddy Considine), who has renounced his criminal past for religious fervor – which he tries to impose upon his sister. Mona, however, is experiencing her own rapture. "We must never be parted," Tamsin intones to Mona…but can Mona completely trust her?
(Pauline Acquart, Louise Blachère and Adèle Haenel - Water Lilies Movie
Cast: Pauline Acquart, Adele Haenel, Louise Blachere, Warren Jacquin, Serge Brincat, Jérémie Steib
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 the violence of desire erupts for the first time, bringing them together and tearing them apart.
Clara's Summer Movie
Cast: Selma Brook, Soko and Salomé Stévenin
Keri Jo Chapman and Teresa Garrett - It's in the Water Movie
Cast: Keri Jo Chapman, Teresa Garrett and Derrick Sanders
The L Word (TV series)
JENNIFER BEALS / BETTE PORTER
LAUREL HOLLOMAN / TINA KENNARD
MIA KIRSHNER / JENNY SCHECTER
KATHERINE MOENNIG / SHANE McCUTCHEON
LEISHA HAILEY / ALICE PIESZECKI
RACHEL SHELLEY / HELENA PEABODY
PAM GRIER / KIT PORTER
DANIELA SEA / MAX SWEENEY
CYBILL SHEPHERD / PHYLLIS KROLL
JANINA GAVANKAR / EVA 'PAPI' TORRES
MARLEE MATLIN / JODI LERNER
ROSE ROLLINS / TASHA
ERIN DANIELS / DANA FAIRBANKS