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In the same way that World War I and II movies always seem sepia-toned, movies from coastal England always seem perpetually awash in chilly and dim deep grays and blues. In the 1840s era of Ammonite, …
Berlin, 1943: A headstrong, sassy young Jewish woman, Felice (Maria Schrader), is working for the underground resistance movement while boldly earning a living working for a Nazi newspaper. Through a …
Spider Lilies is the story of Takeko (Isabella Leong), a lonely tattoo artist who keeps to herself, and only seems to have social contact with her withdrawn adult brother who is stunted in childlike m…
In the first story, an androgynous accordion player (gotta love that!) named Diego (Yi-lan Chao) falls for the lovely, blind female singer Jing in her band. Diego is first protective of Jing and her l…
For those of you who may have missed my ebullient-bordering-on-manic praise for this romantic comedy in my TIFF diary, allow me to say once again that I wholeheartedly believe it will easily wind up b…
For, despite its placement in assorted gay and lesbian film festivals, its heaps of accolades and shelf full of awards, this moody British drama doesn’t really reflect its title. It’s not so much abou…
Hyo-shin and Shi-eun are high school lovers, that share much of their passion through a shared diary that they pass between each other. But one day, Hyo-shin commits suicide by jumping from the roof o…
As in any film involving the remote wilderness and frightening backwoods characters, Guardian begins as a carefree trip of independence (read: topless canoeing) and builds towards a climax of that is …
This film came very close to a recommendation from me. I can't quite put my finger on what was missing from Julie Johnson, because I actually did like the film more than I expected. But still... Juli…
Tipping the Velvet is a three-hour television adaptation of the surprisingly successful first novel by Sarah Waters (read Moviepie's exclusive interview with Sarah Waters about the series). Surprising…
Sugar Sweet is not as saucy as the movie summary suggests. In fact, it is a cute comedy and love story, purportedly the first film from Japan by a lesbian filmmaker. If it had taken place in the US, a…
What an odd little film! This French-Canadian film owes a lot to classic French director Eric Rohmer: As in, boy-oh-boy there is a LOT of talking! But the filmmakers have been studying their source ca…
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