Lesbian films 2000

The Girl

The Girl is a 2000 American/French romantic drama film directed by Sande Zeig. It is a love story set in Paris between “the Artist” (Agathe De La Boulaye) and “the Girl” (Claire Keim), based on a story by Zeig’s partner Monique Wittig. The film is narrated by Agathe De La Boulaye as “The Artist”. She is obsessed with a nightclub singer (Claire Keim) whom she calls “The Girl”. One night the girl takes the artist to the hotel where she lives and they make love. The girl, who does not usually sleep with women, tells the artist that it is “just one night” but they begin seeing each other. The girl continues to see men and the artist has a long term lover, Bu Savè (Sandra Nkake), who accepts the artist’s obsession.

The Truth About Jane

The Truth About Jane is a drama written and directed by Lee Rose. Jane, a teenager, tries to deal with the realization that she is a lesbian after an intense friendship with another girl leads to her first sexual experience. Jane’s mother, Janice, struggles with the revelation of her only daughter’s sexuality. The film is starring Ellen Muth, Stockard Channing and Kelly Rowan.

If These Walls Could Talk 2

Semi-follow up of the first “If These Walls Could Talk” with three segments set in the same house, but with different occupants which spans nearly 40 years. While the first film delt with women and the topic of abortion, this deals with women and the topic of lesbianism. This is a trio of stories about couples in three different decades. The actresses are respectively portrayed by: In 1961, Edith (Vanessa Redgrave) and Abby (Marian Seldes); in 1972, Linda (Michelle Williams) and Amy (Chloë Sevigny); and in 2000, Fran (Sharon Stone) and Kal (Ellen DeGeneres).

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