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In 1950s America where being gay was, to put it lightly, still very much frowned upon (heck, it was illegal!), a middle-aged woman, Vivian (Helen Shaver), arrives in Nevada looking to escape her failing marriage.
Unsatisfied, confused and downright disillusioned, she’s drawn to an out-and-proud rancher’s daughter, Cay (Patricia Charbonneau), beginning an unlikely but strangely beautiful romance.
Awe-inspiring surroundings and country songs are aplenty in this deeply moving lesbian love affair.
Kechiche’s coming-of-age tale about two young friends-turned-lovers, Adele and Emma, is a critically acclaimed powerhouse feature which examines society and sexuality simultaneously in particularly intimate fashion.
With two excellent leading performances from Adèle Exarchopoulos and Léa Seydoux, this three hour spectacle is a delightful bundle of love, lust, hope and, at times, sadness.
Like a less cheesy Nicholas Sparks story, Carlton’s play-turned-film of a lifelong lesbian romance is a guilt-free tearjerker.
Focusing on two Midwestern women, Hannah and Rachel, who fell in love during a time when their relationship felt near impossible to comprehend, their story takes us through a wildly muddled romance – full of war, infidelity and social acceptance – that leads to the pair living out the remainder of their days together in a care home.
A highly contentious film in the world of Bollywood, this banned feature deals with female sexuality very rarely spoken about in highly religious sections of the world.
Mehta’s story is about two frustrated wives, Radha (Shabana Azmi) and Sita (Nandita Das), who find comfort – at first as friends, but then as much more – with one another in a beautifully sensitive portrayal of love, lust and sexuality.
Fancy something a little edgier to your romance tale? Maybe a few laughs, or something a little darker?
Films like ‘Do I Love You?’ and ‘Lost and Delirious’ might just take your fancy…
A highly philosophical, life-evaluating take on a failed lesbian love affair with more laughs than you’d think, Gornick’s interesting spectacle delves into female sexuality and everything that comes with it in open, honest and at times, humorous fashion.
This darkly erotic teenage romance thriller, starring Mischa Barton and involving a trio of boarding school girls is an unconventional take on the coming-of-age genre which digs deep into first loves, sexuality and, ultimately, tragedy.
I’m feeling rather flustered right now… it must be the romantic in me! Right, I’d best go and buy some chocolates and flowers for the better half.
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