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Chasing Amy Bisexual Film ReviewChasing Amy (1997, 105 min, US)
Director: Kevin Smith Studio: Disney
Starring: Ben Affleck, Joey Lauren Adams, Jason Lee, Dwight Ewell,
Jason Mewes, Kevin Smith, Matt Damon
"Chasing Amy” makes the proposition that a seemingly well-adjusted lesbian, one who states repeatedly that she is a dyed-in-the-wool dyke, needs only a penis to make her embrace heterosexuality. Ben Affleck plays a comic book artist who meets a kindred spirit (Joey Lauren Adams). After a few platonic dates, he finally breaks down and confesses his love for her. At first angry, she soon declares similar feelings and they begin a relationship. That is, until he discovers her sordid, straight past, which he can’t stop obsessing over. He then dumps her, while she tearfully pleas for forgiveness and understanding.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s): Chasing Amy at TLA Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

Chasing Amy
We liked this one, even though it is the Boy Meets Lesbian, Boy TURNS Lesbian Into Straight? Bi? We were not sure. While this movie is very funny, it has a surprising emotional depth to it that is worth seeing.


The Children's Hour Film ReviewThe Children's Hour
(1961, 107 min, US)
Director: William Wyler Studio: Warner
Starring: Shirley MacLaine, Audrey Hepburn, James Garner, Miriam Hopkins, Veronica Cartwright
Audrey Hepburn and Shirley MacLaine are teachers at an all-girls' boarding school. When a vindictive little girl accuses the two of having an affair, their lives are ruined after a self-righteous community believes the unsubstantiated allegations. However, the rumor also forces MacLaine to come to terms with her closeted lesbian feelings.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s): The Children's Hour at TLA Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

The Children's Hour
Sad movie with the Depressed, Oppressed, Repressed Lesbian Theme, but worth watching for the great actresses and also for a bit of history in lesbian movies.


 Chloe Film Review Chloe (2009, 99 min, US)
Director: Atom Egoyan , Studio : Sony
Starring: Julianne Moore, Liam Neeson, Amanda Seyfried, Max Thieriot, R.H. Thomson, Nina Dobrev, Mishu Vellani, Laura DeCarteret, Natalie Lisinska, Meghan Heffern

In this erotic thriller by acclaimed director Atom Egoyan, successful doctor Catherine (Julianne Moore) suspects that her husband David (Liam Neeson) is cheating on her. To lay her suspicions and fears to rest, she hires an irresistible young woman, Chloe (Amanda Seyfried), to test David's fidelity. Chloe's torrid tales of her encounters with David take Catherine on a journey of sexual and sensual rediscovery. By opening the door to her own forbidden temptations, Catherine puts her family in great danger.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s):
Chloe at TLA Video
OR Chloe at Wolfe Video

Chutney Popcorn Lesbian Film ReviewChutney Popcorn (1999, 90 min, US)
Director: Nisha Ganatra
Starring: Jill Hennessy, Nisha Ganatra, Madhur Jaffrey
Director, co-writer and star Nisha Ganatra explore the clash between the values of a traditional Indian family and their rebel lesbian daughter in this comedy. Reena (Ganatra) is a second generation Indian-American who rides a motorcycle, designs and photographs henna-tattoos and lives with Lisa (Jill Hennessy), her lovely, but commitment-fearing blonde American lover. Her defiant way of life and lack of proper decorum prove to be a constant annoyance to her mother (Madhur Jaffrey) as well as to Sarita, her happily married sister (also married to an American). But when Sarita is unable to conceive a child, Reena, mindful of having a chance to do something her "perfect" sister can't and to gain her mother's approval volunteers to bear the child. An inventive, charming, heartwarming dyke/family comedy.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s): Chutney Popcorn at TLA Video OR Chutney Popcorn at Wolfe Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

Chutney Popcorn
Loved this one! Fun look at young lesbians, and gives unique cultural insight into how families deal with their lesbian children.


Claire of the Moon Lesbian Film ReviewClaire of the Moon
(1992, 106 min, US)
Director: Nicole Conn Studio: Fox Lorber
Starring: Trisha Todd, Karen Trumbo, Faith McDevitt

At an oceanside women writers' retreat in Oregon, Dr. Noel Benedict (Karen Trumbo), a brooding psychologist and lesbian author of “serious” books, finds herself rooming with her opposite—Claire (Trisha Wood), a willowy yet cynical straight blonde woman who is determinedly messy and fun-loving. Their budding relationship becomes a tense and inadvertently amusing cat-and-mouse game as they alternately try to overcome their insecurities, accept their true feelings, and pounce on each other. “Claire of the Moon” is a drama of simmering female sexual desire and equally strong denial.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s):
Clair of the Moon at TLA Video OR Claire Of The Moon at Wolfe Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

Clair of the Moon
Good ol' Lesbian Movie.


Cynara Lesbian Romance FilmCynara, Poetry in Motion
(1996, 40 min, US)
Director: Nicole Conn Studio: Wolfe Releasing
Starring: Johanna Nemeth, Melissa Hellman
From Nicole Conn, director of the classic lesbian love story Claire of the Moon comes a sensual and sexy tale that portrays erotic love between two truly beautiful women. This sexy period romance is set in the Pacific Northwest in 1883.
The stunning Melissa Hellman (the beloved Judy Francesconi model) stars as tall and handsome writer Byron, with the equally hot Johanna Nemeth as the sculptress Cynara. Like a lesbian Wuthering Heights, Cynara-Poetry in Motion plays out a glorious lesbian romance full of brilliant chemistry, hot love scenes and glossy production values. Erotic and atmospheric, this period drama portrays a hot girl meets girl love story amidst the moody surroundings of the Pacific Northwest. Lesbian romance meets erotica in this nicely crafted short film.
NOTE: Cynara is intended for mature audiences.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s):
Cynara at TLA Video
OR Cynara at Wolfe Video

Daphne Lesbian Film Reviews
(2008, 88 min, Great Britain)
Studio: BBC Video, Warner
Starring: Elizabeth McGovern, Geraldine Somerville, Janet McTeer
Daphne Du Maurier is one of the most well loved women writers of all time who, in Rebecca, created one of the most beguiling characters in English LIterature. In celebration of the centenary of Daphne du Maurier's birth, a new fact-based drama explores the secret love life of this renowned writer. Based on personal letters and biographies, the film charts the story of Daphne's unrequited passion for the beautiful and glamorous American heiress, Ellen Doubleday, and how the play she wrote about this forbidden desire led her to a life-changing love affair with the irreverent, fun-loving actress Gertrude Lawrence. Daphne called herself 'a boy in a box' and this revealing drama shows how Daphne's incendiary love life informed the writing of her compelling stories. Margeret Forster's acclaimed authorised biography is an important source for this film.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s): t
Daphine at TLA Video
OR Daphne at Wolfe Video

Daughters of Darkness  Lesbian FilmDaughters of Darkness (1971, 96 min, Belgium)
Director: Harry Kumel Studio: Anchor Bay
Starring: Delphine Seyrig, Daniele Ouimet, John Karlen

One from the vaults! Delphine Seyrig stars as a Hungarian countess and present-day vampiress who, in order to continue her daily blood baths, must continually prowl for nubile virgins. Her blood-gathering soirees take her to Belgium where she, along with her lesbian secretary, seductively stalks the hotel for a quick fix. Campy, funny and erotic, this Gothic tale explores the darker side of sexuality with shocking frankness.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s): Daughters of Darkness at TLA Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

Daughters of Darkness
Lesbian Vamps. Not as good as The Hunger, but some nice biting action!


DEBS Lesbian FilmD.E.B.S. (2004, 91 min, US)
Director: Angela Robinson Studio: Sony Pictures
Starring: Devon Aoki, Jordana Brewster, Sara Foster
Finally, the female super agent genre receives an overtly dyked-up makeover compliments of writer-director Angela Robinson. Unbeknownst to high schoolers taking the S.A.T., there’s a diagnostic test embedded within that's designed to judge their abilities for lying, cheating and killing. High-scoring students are recruited for an elite academy of U.S. secret agents: the D.E.B.S. (Discipline, Energy, Beauty and Strength). Four of the D.E.B.S., Amy, Dominique, Janet and Max, land a daunting new mission: track down and capture the legendary, deadly villainess Lucy Diamond (Jordana Brewster, bearing more than a passing semblance to Demi Moore’s lesbianesque Charlie’s Angels baddie). But Amy, who recently broke up with her boyfriend, Bobby, realizes that she would rather love Lucy than arrest her. Between dodging bullets, applying eyeliner and all this sexual confusion, what’s a checkered-skirt-wearing young secret agent to do? Robinson first made D.E.B.S. as a short film for the lesbian filmmaker empowerment group "Power Up." Its tremendous response resulted in Sony’s Screen Gems division backing a feature version. Bursting with colorful visuals and CGI effects, sassy dialogue, gun-slinging action and a superb cast including The Fast and The Furious’ Jordanna Brewster, model Devon Aoki and Michael Clarke Duncan as the Academy’s President, D.E.B.S. is guaranteed to fulfill its mission of delighting you.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s):
D.E.B.S. at TLA Video
OR D.E.B.S. at Wolfe Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

WE LOVED THIS MOVIE!!! Think of a lesbian-themed Charlie's Angels, where one of the Angels was bursting from the closet after a super villian who looks A LOT like a young Demi Moore, and you've got an idea of what you are in store for! Saw it twice in two days--it's that much fun! Great writing, great soundtrack, great young actresses--what more could anyone ask for?


Desert Hearts Lesbian FilmDesert Hearts
(1985, 93 min, US)
Director: Donna Deitch Studio: MGM
Starring: Helen Shaver, Patrice Charbonneau, Audra Lindley, Gwen Welles
An American lesbian classic, “Desert Hearts” was trail-blazing in its positive depiction of a love affair between two intelligent and attractive women. An uptight English professor travels to Reno to get a divorce (the film is set in 1959), and there meets a sexy, free-spirited sculptress. Their attraction for each other and their budding love is played out in a realistic, romantic, and all-together sensuous fashion.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s):
Desert Hearts at TLA Video or
Desert Hearts 2-Disc Collector's Edition at Wolfe Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

Desert Hearts
Most lesbians have a lesbian movie they just love, and this is our all-time favorite. Based on the book Desert of the Heart by Jane Rule the movie is sweet and important for any woman, especially those over 35, who is coming to terms with her own sexuality.


Elana Undone Movie ReviewElena Undone (2010, 111 min, US)
Director: Nicole Conn
Starring: Mary Wells, Necar Zadegan,
Gary Weeks, Sam Harris, Traci Dinwiddie
Nicole Conn
Destiny brings two women from different walks of life serendipitously together in this enchanting homage to the power of love. Elena Undone starts off with one simple question: Do you believe in soul mates? Elegant and refined Elena (Necar Zadegan, TV’s "24") is a devoted wife to her pastor husband, mother to her teenage son and daughter to her traditional Indian family. For so many years she has been living her life on autopilot even though she truly is not happy. Grief-stricken lesbian writer Peyton (ravishingly beautiful Traci Dinwiddie, TV’s “Supernatural”) is struggling to move on from recent hardship, but she allows her best friend to drag her out of the house. On one such occasion, the two meet and instantly form an immeasurable bond that shakes the foundation of their sheltered worlds. As the newfound friends grow closer, Elena is confronted with intense and unexpected feelings for a woman. Subsequently, Peyton’s strong reservations about getting involved with a married woman keep her at bay until one afternoon when her new friend knocks at the door. What ensues is one of the most passionate and intimate female-on-female scenes every filmed! The sexual tension between the star-crossed lovers is blissfully intoxicating as they discover each other for the first time. But as their arduous fire ignites, there are consequences: contending with her evangelical husband, her suddenly rebellious son, and Peyton’s apprehension to commit. What is incredibly charming about this breathtaking film is that it’s based on Conn’s own life, which just might solidify the dream that we all have a soul mate out there.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s):
Elana Undone at TLA Video or
Elana Undone at Wolfe Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

Elana Undone
HOT, great film about first love. Perfect for anyone who is coming out.

Ellen DeGeneres: Here and Now Lesbian Film ReviewEllen DeGeneres: Here and Now (2003, 60 min, US)
Director: Joel Gallen
Starring: Ellen Degeneres
Screenwriter: Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen finally comes home to stand-up. Her second effort finds her even more relaxed than Ellen DeGeneres: The Beginning. The NYC audience at the Beacon Theater clearly worships this funny lady and it feeds her comedy. She jokes about being gay, procrastination, rude cell-phone users and self-esteem. All matters great and small are subjects for standup and Ellen spares no one, least of all herself.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s): Ellen DeGeneres: Here and Now at TLA Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

Ellen DeGeneres: Here and Now
Fun Comedy, sweet moments, and Ellen is . . . Well, ELLEN!


Emmanuelle Lesbian FilmEmmanuelle (dubbed)
(1974, 94 min, France)
Director: Just Jaeckin Studio: Fox Lorber
Starring: Sylvia Kristel, Alain Cuny
One of the most famous and popular soft-core sex films to hit international screens, this chastely steamy tale of sexual experimentation is now most memorable for its strong lesbian sub-plots. Emmanuelle, while liking the sex with her randy husband, also enjoys the pleasures of women-to-women intimacy.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s): Emmanuelle at TLA Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

Mild Lesbian Porn.


 Drool Lesbian Film Drool
(2009, 88 min, US)
Director: Nancy Kissam Studio : Strand Releasing
Starring: Laura Harring, Jill Marie Jones, Oded Fehr, Ashley Duggan Smith, Christopher Newhouse, Ruthie Austin
Anora Fleece has got it rotten. Her husband is abusive, her children are disrespectful, and she lives in the middle of nowhere feeling like a nobody. Then Imogene Cochran moves into the neighborhood. Imogene sells Kathy K. Kosmetics make-up for the cocoa skinned woman. The neighbors don't like cocoa skinned anything, but that doesn't stop Imogene and Anora from becoming friends and, eventually, more than friends. When Anora's husband, Cheb, finds them, all hell breaks loose, but the tables are turned when Anora accidentally shoots Cheb dead. Anora and Imogene then pile the kids in the Kathy K. car, throw the corpse in the trunk and ride off on a "family" road trip to bury Daddy.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s):
Drool at TLA Video OR Drool at Wolfe Video

Entre Nous Film ReviewEntre Nous (1983, 110 min, France)
Director: Diane Kurys Studio: Fox Lorber
Starring: Miou-Miou, Isabelle Huppert, Guy Marchand
This moving drama tells of the intensely close friendship between two women. Isabella Huppert portrays Lena, a reticent housewife resigned to the numbing security of her husband and family. Through a chance encounter, she meets Madeleine (Miou-Miou), a vibrantly Bohemian sculptress whose love and companionship open the door to Lena's self-discovery. (French with English subtitles)

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s):
Entre Nous at TLA Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

Entre Nous
Beautiful movie.


Even Cowgirls Get the Blues Film Review
Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (1994, 100 min, US)
Director; Gus Van Sant Studio: New Line
Starring: Uma Thurman, John Hurt, Rain Phoenix, Lorraine Brocco, Keanu Reeves,
Crispin Glover, Roseanne, Udo Kier, Faye Dunaway, Steve Buscemi
Gus Van Sant's infamous box office disaster isn't exactly faithful to the book, but the lesbian affair between Uma Thurman and Rain Phoenix makes it well worthwhile. Taken from Tom Robbin's 1976 hippie novel, the story features Thurman as a big-thumbed gal who uses her effective digit to thumb her way around the country meeting up with a series of loony characters. One of the more interesting ones is John Hurt as “The Countess.”

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s): Even Cowgirls Get The Blues at TLA Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

Even Cowgirls Get the Blues
We liked the movie for its weird quirkiness, plus Uma Thurman with huge thumbs--just perfect for . . . Hitchhiking : )


Exes & Ohs: The Complete First Season Lesbian Film ReviewExes & Ohs: The Complete First Season (2008, 132 min,US)
Studio: Paramount, MTV Home Video
Starring: Angela Featherstone, Heather Matarazzo, Marnie Alton, Megan Cavanagh, Michelle Paradise
Meet Jennifer, a documentary filmmaker with a vivid fantasy life and a floundering career. Jennifer wants to find Ms. Right… but first she must navigate the rules of lesbian life, most of which she learns the hard way. Fortunately, her friends are there to help: Sam, a sexy commitment phobe who flips women faster than real estate; Chris and Kris, a lesbian couple expanding both their pet accessory business and their family; and Crutch, a young musician who wants to be taken seriously but still has some growing up to do. Surviving singlehood, couplehood – and each other – has never looked quite like this.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s):

Exes & Ohs: The Complete First Season at TLA Video
Exes & Ohs - The Complete First Season at Wolfe Video

A Family Affair Lesbian Film ReviewA Family Affair (2001, 100 min, US)
Director: Helen Lesnick Studio: Wolfe
Starring: Helen Lesnick, Erica Shaffer, Arlene Golonka, Suzanne Westenhoefer, Barbara Stuart, Michele Greene, Michael Moerman
Screenwriter: Helen Lesnick
Rachel Rosen (writer/director Helen Lesnick) bolts from the East Coast after yet another breakup with her seductive girlfriend Reggie (Michele Greene). Surrounded by the love and affection of her gay friends, her sister-in-law Carol (Suzanne Westenhoefer) and her mom Leah (the very outlandish president of the San Diego chapter of PFLAG), Rachel embarks on finding "Ms. Rightowitz." After a disastrous series of hilarious blind dates, she reluctantly allows her mother to set her up with Christine (Erica Shaffer) and the two surprisingly hit it off.”

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s): A Family Affair at TLA Video OR A Family Affair at Wolfe Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

A Family Affair
Didn't see it, but heard it is very good

Female Perversions Bisexual Film ReviewFemale Perversions (1996, 113 min, US/Germany)
Director: Susan Streitfeld Studio: Trimark
Starring: Tilda Swinton, Amy Madigan, Karen Sillas, Clancy Brown, Frances Fisher,
Paulina Porizkova
Swinton stars as Eve, a high-profile lawyer preparing for an interview with the governor in the hopes of being appointed a judge. In the meantime, she must contend with her estranged, kleptomaniac sister (Madigan), a workaholic boyfriend (Brown), a somewhat hesitant female lover (Sillas), and her own inner demons. While the lesbian angle is not the film's main thrust, it proves important to the heroine in her efforts to find solace.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s): Female Perversions at TLA Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:
Female Perversions
LOVE THIS MOVIE! Even though this was not a pure lesbian film, this is a great one to see, and has important messages about how society treats women. Make sure to watch what is going on in the scenes behind the characters--amazing imagery.


Floored by Love Lesbian Film Review
Floored by Love
(2005, 50 min, Canada)
Studio: Wolfe
Cast: Andrew McIlroy, Marco Soriano, Michael Robinson, Natalie Sky, Shirley Ng
Director: Desiree Lim
Screenwriter: Desiree Lim, Karen X. Tulchinsky

A heart-warming portrait of family acceptance, as a lesbian couple struggles to make their love public, just as a young gay son must cope with two father figures.
From the filmmaker who brought us Sugar Sweet, comes a charming, slice-of-life family comedy centering on the homes of a Chinese/Japanese lesbian couple, and a multi-racial family with a recently out teen son. In one household, levelheaded therapist Cara and stunning flight attendant Janet are in a perfect, stable relationship...until Canada legalizes same-sex marriage and Janet wants to walk down the aisle with her partner. Cara is not out to her family and a series of both comical and dramatic events ensue as she tries to tell her traditional family she is a lesbian. Meanwhile, Norman is willfully supporting his gay son, but he soon gets pushed aside when Jesse's biological gay father breezes in town full of empty promises. As the two heart-warming stories unfold, director Desiree Lim skillfully steers everyone through the quirks of familial love as they all discover that their lives aren't much different from one another.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s):

Floored by Love at TLA Video
OR Floored By Love at Wolfe Video

Fire Indian Lesbian Film ReviewFire (1997, 104 min)
Director: Deepa Mehta Studio: New Yorker Films
Starring: Shabana Azmi, Nandita Das
This emotionally charged drama about the forbidden love between two women in India. The newly wed Sita (Das) is a young and beautiful woman who comes to live with her husband's brother and his wife Rahda (Azmi) in New Dehli. Restless and independent and realizing that her arranged-marriage husband is far from faithful, Sita quickly finds her new world stifling. The older Rahda, on the other hand, offers the face of complacency, all the while holding within her rage and loneliness. Within this volatile atmosphere the two women strike up a natural friendship which leads to smoldering passions and a sensual but secretive romance. . (Filmed in English)

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s):
Fire at TLA Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

Didn't see it, but have heard several women say this is their favorite movie.

For the Bible Tells Me So  Film Review For the Bible Tells Me So
(2007, 98 min, US)
Director: Daniel G. Karslake Studio: First Run Features
Starring: Chrissy Gephardt, Desmond Tutu, Gene Robinson
Beautifully moving and very well edited, this film documents the use of a literal reading of the bible to harass glbt people and several family's reactions to this. Besides having intimate interviews with Crissy Gephardt and Gene Robinson, the first gay Episcopalian Bishop, there are revelatory interviews with: young gay man Jake Reitan and his family; Tonia Poteat and her Southern preacher parents; and Mary Lou Wallner whose story is particularly inspirational. For all of you who have wrestled with biblical passages invoking the death penalty for homosexual sex, For the Bible Tells Me So will help you come to terms with your religion. Put simply there are thousands of rules in the Bible – all but the Ten Commandments are subject to change as the times do. A clip from "The West Wing" tells the whole story. Martin Sheen thanks a reporter for asking about the Leviticus quote. He then says that his Chief of Staff has a bad habit of working on the Sabbath. He asks the reporters who should put them to death? The state OR federal governments? If someone wears mixed fiber clothing, who must excecute these people? The Bible is an evolving document, even the most literal Christian doesn't follow all the rules. Know your Bible and you can debate the points with lucidity. Wonderful film, highly recommended!

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s):

For The Bible Tells Me So at TLA Video
OR For The Bible Tells Me So at Wolfe Video

The Fox Lesbian Film ReviewThe Fox (1967, 110 min, US)
Director: Mark Rydell
Starring: Anne Heywood, Sandy Dennis, Keir Dullea
One of Hollywood's earliest attempts at handling lesbianism as a central theme, this somber drama, adapted from a D.H. Lawrence novella, gives us two women in love but at the same time shows that it is not all that fulfilling. What starts as isolated love for the two ends with defection and betrayal by one and death for the other. (This video is currently out of print and is not available for sale, but may possibly be found for rent.)

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s):
The Fox at TLA Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

The Fox
Another "The Lesbian Must Die" movie.

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo  Lesbian Film ReviewThe Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2009, 152 min, Sweden)
Studio: Music Box Films
Cast: Michael Nyqvist, Noomi Rapace, Lena Endre, Peter Haber, Sven-Bertil Taube,
Peter Andersson, Ingvar Hirdwall, Marika Lagercrantz, Björn Granath, Ewa Fröling,
Michalis Koutsogiannakis, Annika Hallin, Sofia Ledarp, Tomas Köhler, David Dencik,
Stefan Sauk
Director: Niels Arden Oplev
Screenwriter: Nikolaj Arcel, Rasmus Heisterberg

* The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is the highest grossing Swedish film in history
and 2009’s highest-grossing European production.
* The film won the Audience Award, Best Picture and Best Actress (for newcomer Noomi Rapace's performance) at the 2009 Swedish Guldbagge Awards (Sweden’s Oscars).
* Orignal author Stieg Larsson, who died suddenly in 2004, left behind three unpublished novels, known as the ”Millennium” trilogy, which have become a global sensation, elevating Larsson to the world’s second best-selling author last year.
Based on the eponymous novel by Stieg Larsson, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo begins forty years ago when Harriet Vanger disappeared from a family gathering on the island owned and inhabited by the powerful Vanger clan. Her body was never found, yet her beloved uncle (Sven-Bertil Taube) is convinced it was murder and that the killer is a member of his own tightly knit but dysfunctional family. He employs disgraced financial journalist Mikael Blomkvist (Michael Nyqvist) and the tattooed and troubled but resourceful, computer hacker Lisbeth Salander (Noomi Rapace) to investigate. When the pair link Harriet’s disappearance to a number of grotesque murders from almost forty years ago, they begin to unravel a dark and appalling family history. But the Vanger’s are a secretive clan, and Blomkvist and Salander are about to find out just how far they are prepared to go to protect themselves..

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s):
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo at TLA Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
EXCELLENT MOVIE! One of the best movies I've seen in YEARS! Even though it is subtitled, I found myself so engrossed in the story that I didn't even notice! WARNING: there are very graphic scenes in this movie, but the most graphic was had a very surprising reaction as people in the screening where I was at actually cheered!
The actress who plays bisexual computer hacker Lisbeth Salander, Noomi Rapace, is AWESOME in this movie--Lesbian and Bi women have not had such a strong heroine since Xena Warrior Princess!


The Girl Who Played With Fire Lesbian Film ReviewThe Girl Who Played With Fire (2009, 129 min, Sweden)
Studio: Music Box Films
Cast: Noomi Rapace, Michael Nyqvist, Lena Endre, Sofia Ledarp, Micke Spreitz, Peter Andersson, Georgi Staykov, Yasmine Garbi, Tehilla Blad, Paolo Roberto, Michalis Koutsogiannakis, Annika Hallin, Per Oscarsson, Tanja Lorentzon
Director: Daniel Alfredson
Screenwriter: Jonas Frykberg

The Girl Who Played With Fire, Lisbeth Salander (Noomi Rapace), is a wanted woman. Following the events of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, a researcher and a Millenium journalist about to expose the truth about the sex trade in sweden are brutally murdered, and Salander's prints are on the weapon. Her history of unpredictable and violent behavior makes her an official danger to society. Mikael Blomkvist (Michael Nyqvist, Salander's friend and Millennium's publisher, is alone in his belief of Salander's innocence. Digging deeper, Blomkvist unearths evidence implicating highly placed members of Swedish society—as well as shocking details about Salander's past. He is desperate to get to her before she is cornered—but no one can find her anywhere.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s):
The Girl Who Played With Fire at TLA Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

The Girl Who Played With Fire
The second installment of the trio, The Girl Who Played With Fire is also an EXCELLENT MOVIE! Lisbeth Salander is on the path to save herself and her female partner from her violent childhood past. WARNING: this movie is intense and again shows some graphic violence, people in the screening were actually covering their eyes, but it is so worth it as the story is incredibly empowering for women who have been abused everywhere.


The Gymnast Lesbian Film ReviewThe Gymnast (2006, 96 min, US)
Studio: Wolfe
Cast: Addie Yungmee, Allison Mackie, Amy Lemons, Andrew Ableson, David De Simone, Dreya Weber, John Lee Ames, Kathe E. Mazur
Director: Ned Farr
Screenwriter: Ned Farr

Stylish and tender, this romantic drama explores the developing relationship between an acrobatic young woman and the Asian-American woman who performs with her.
The talented Jane Hawkins (Dreya Weber, Lovely & Amazing) was an impressive gymnast at the top of her game until a devastating injury ended her career. Now she pours the passion, strength and discipline that once fueled her sport into maintaining both a tedious job as a massage therapist and a loveless marriage. After running into her old instructor, Jane is invited to a new, secretive gig: aerial silk acrobatics similar to a Cirque Du Soleil performance. While she might have the strength, her co-star, the lovely Serena (Addie Yungmee), has the grace and style of a top-notch athlete. Each of them are illuminated by the presence of the other, but there are distractions. Jane's is bothered by her lack of children while Serena is an out lesbian who tackles stereotypes with being an adopted Korean daughter of Jewish parents. As the stunning pair prepares to audition their act for a Las Vegas show, the gravitational pull between the two women becomes increasingly unavoidable... A visually compelling film that challenges notions of both ability and identity, The Gymnast is foremost a story about hope and taking the necessary risks to fully become yourself.

For more information, including available movie trailers, click the following movie title link(s):
The Gymnast at TLA Video OR The Gymnast at Wolfe Video

Amazing Dreams Short-Short Review:

The Gymnast
Very beautifully filmed story, especially loved the DUI test at the end.


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