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Lesbian romance

Postby emilycurious » Mon Aug 28, 2017 2:13 pm

So, we have seen "Below Her Mouth" (awesome for all the wrong reasons) "Blue is the warmest color" (very good) "High Art" (good) "Carol" (good) "Duke of Burgundy" (horrible) "Room in Rome" (not great) and the foreign one where the woman goes back to her school and recalls her affair with other student and I can't remember the title but we loved it!
Sex content is not important, looking more for romance.
Any recommendations?
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Re: Lesbian romance

Postby mostirreverent » Tue Aug 29, 2017 3:58 am

I expected more from High Art…

the second best scene of this sort in Mulholland Drive. couldn't find the first one… It's a great film in general, and a very odd relationship
Naomi Watts and Laura Harring

this one came up in the youtube rotation. I haven't seen the film though
Lesbian Love Scene (Isabel and Cristina)

While not a lesbian relationship, Liv Tyler is lovely to behold, in this very romantic film. Stealing Beauty

Bound

But I'm a Cheerleader is funny and poignant

I loved the The L Word. IAtone point I remember thinking, "OK, enough with the sex scenes, lets get back to the story" :lol:
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Re: Lesbian romance

Postby emilycurious » Fri Oct 20, 2017 2:17 pm

Just saw La Belle Saison which I really loved.

Kyss Mig - cute. But Swedish is not a romantic language, I had the sound down really low.

Found this http://www...com/list/ls062999174
There's a bunch of other users lists on . to check out too.
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Re: Lesbian romance

Postby Jean-Louise » Thu Oct 26, 2017 7:18 pm

emilycurious wrote:So, we have seen "Below Her Mouth" (awesome for all the wrong reasons) "Blue is the warmest color" (very good) "High Art" (good) "Carol" (good) "Duke of Burgundy" (horrible) "Room in Rome" (not great) and the foreign one where the woman goes back to her school and recalls her affair with other student and I can't remember the title but we loved it!
Sex content is not important, looking more for romance.
Any recommendations?


The people who make these movies usually are men.
I think that many men just do not get the idea that women are romantics.
Porn is easy enough to find.
But a good movie about a lesbian relationship is not.

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Re: Lesbian romance

Postby emilycurious » Thu Oct 26, 2017 9:02 pm

Jean-Louise wrote:a good movie about a lesbian relationship is [hard to find].


I just saw Loving Annabelle on Netflix.
I wasn't great, but a good afternoon movie - if I'd watched it with anyone else I probably would have passed.
Laura Breckenridge in a side role was cute!
--
Anatomy of a Love Seen was terrible.
Elena Undone was excellent.
Bloomington was so so.
Mosti recommended the L-Word which I did try when it first came out and didn't get into it.
I've watched the very first two and I'm struggling with it.
--
Netflix has porn movies now - I started to watch "Love" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_(2015_film)) and I was shocked. The film goes straight into a bj and finger f-ing, with full erection and ejaculation!
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Re: Lesbian romance

Postby Jean-Louise » Fri Oct 27, 2017 2:42 pm

emilycurious wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:a good movie about a lesbian relationship is [hard to find].


I just saw Loving Annabelle on Netflix.
I wasn't great, but a good afternoon movie - if I'd watched it with anyone else I probably would have passed.
Laura Breckenridge in a side role was cute!
--
Anatomy of a Love Seen was terrible.
Elena Undone was excellent.
Bloomington was so so.
Mosti recommended the L-Word which I did try when it first came out and didn't get into it.
I've watched the very first two and I'm struggling with it.
--
Netflix has porn movies now - I started to watch "Love" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_(2015_film)) and I was shocked. The film goes straight into a bj and finger f-ing, with full erection and ejaculation!


Hard porn, literally and figuratively.

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Re: Lesbian romance

Postby mostirreverent » Sun Oct 29, 2017 3:54 am

emilycurious wrote:
Jean-Louise wrote:a good movie about a lesbian relationship is [hard to find].


I just saw Loving Annabelle on Netflix.
I wasn't great, but a good afternoon movie - if I'd watched it with anyone else I probably would have passed.
Laura Breckenridge in a side role was cute!
--
Anatomy of a Love Seen was terrible.
Elena Undone was excellent.
Bloomington was so so.
Mosti recommended the L-Word which I did try when it first came out and didn't get into it.
I've watched the very first two and I'm struggling with it.
--
Netflix has porn movies now - I started to watch "Love" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_(2015_film)) and I was shocked. The film goes straight into a bj and finger f-ing, with full erection and ejaculation!


I liked the story more than say the sex parts of the L word. Love Jessica too…

I thought netflix also had a lesbian movie area
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Re: Lesbian romance

Postby emilycurious » Fri Dec 01, 2017 6:21 pm

International flavour:

Io e lei (Me, Myself & Her).
Very cute. Older couple, fidelity, swapping teams. Billed as a comedy, but it was "light" rather than funny ha-ha.
I liked it a lot, very continental, I'd watch it again - a nice date, or cuddle on the couch movie.

Liz En Septiembre (Liz In September)
Very sexy, but no sex - cute latin women in the sun, in the water, bikinis, what more could you want?
Oh yeah, plot - straight girl goes gay...
I liked it, but no need to watch it again.
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Re: Lesbian romance

Postby emilycurious » Tue Dec 05, 2017 5:48 pm

Das Floss (Floating).
Too be honest I fast forwarded through most of this, just wasn't grabbing my attention.
And I'm sorry, but German is one of the least romantic languages.
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All About E.
The two leads are both utterly adorable. Real sense of chemistry between them.
Plot is naff, derivative and predictable, although the music angle is cool.
Cinematic photography.
One epic sex scene. Awesome bodies.
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Re: Lesbian romance

Postby emilycurious » Thu Dec 07, 2017 8:24 pm

Sangailes vasara (Summer of Sangaile).
Slow. Cute leads but just didn't get that romance vibe, and slow.
Nice visuals throughout, but slow.
Did I say it was slow? Well it was, very slow.
Oh, and too much acrobatic flying.
The dressing up and photography stuff was cute - Sangaile's lover, Auste, the fashion/photography girl is dishy.
But only two out of five!
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