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Looking For Langston | 14 LGBT Films That Need To Be Added To Netflix Instant Streaming Right Now

Looking For Langston | 14 LGBT Films That Need To Be Added To Netflix Instant Streaming Right Now

Desert Hearts (Donna Deitch, 1985) rejects the deviant and 'unnatural' lesbian characters of the 1950 and 60s and permits the lesbian relationship to be both sexual and open ended.

Desert Hearts (Donna Deitch, 1985) rejects the deviant and 'unnatural' lesbian characters of the 1950 and 60s and permits the lesbian relationship to be both sexual and open ended.

TV’s Top Female Directors Reveal Their On-Set Secrets | Variety

TV’s Top Female Directors Reveal Their On-Set Secrets

TV’s Top Female Directors Reveal Their On-Set Secrets | Variety

Xala, by Ousamne Sembene. The late great Senegalese filmmaker. So many social issues addressed in his films, real lighting mostly used so get int he right room to view his masterpieces.

Xala (1975)

Xala, by Ousamne Sembene. The late great Senegalese filmmaker. So many social issues addressed in his films, real lighting mostly used so get int he right room to view his masterpieces.

La Noire de..., Ousmane Sembene (Senegal, 1966) Black Movie Festival 2016 #7

La Noire de..., Ousmane Sembene (Senegal, 1966) Black Movie Festival 2016 #7

The Sweet Smell of Success (1957) | Burt Lancaster, Tony Curtis | 5/5 stars: Film noir at its best with careful angles and shadows everywhere, this classic movie is about corruption, power, control, and the truth that love doesn't always triumph - and you can still survive. The latter is not the focus, but it does end up as the message. Lancaster is absolutely perfect in this role filled with manipulation and nastiness. #movie #film #review #drama #filmnoir

Tony Curtis and the part with no heart

The Sweet Smell of Success (1957) | Burt Lancaster, Tony Curtis | 5/5 stars: Film noir at its best with careful angles and shadows everywhere, this classic movie is about corruption, power, control, and the truth that love doesn't always triumph - and you can still survive. The latter is not the focus, but it does end up as the message. Lancaster is absolutely perfect in this role filled with manipulation and nastiness. #movie #film #review #drama #filmnoir

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