She Said, She Said
She Said, She Said is a comical work created by Stuart Blumberg, a famous filmmaker also known for his controversial bi-themed movie called The kids are all right. This short depicts a lesbian couple on the verge of divorce. Therefore, we find them in front of a specialized lawyer exclusively hired to settle their dispute and put an end to their relationship. Gradually as their discussion advance, we discover the sources of their problems and all reasons that led these women to separate. But instead of inflaming the situation, the recall of these facts will actually bring them back together. She Said, She Said featured the Co Spring 2013 collection. Its protagonists are portrayed by Elodie Bouchez, Aubrey Plaza and Marisa Tomei.
With closed eyes
Ad occhi chiusi, usually translated by “with closed eyes”, is an auteur film written and directed by an italian filmmakers duo composed of Giorgia Pinto & Lisa Riccardi. It tells the story of Sara, an eighteen-year-old girl with blacks eyes and a real talent for basketball. At her side is Genevra, a sixteen year old girl with blue eyes, a timid by nature, and a mind full of dream. Sara and Genevra met by chance on the outskirts of Rome in midsummer. Since the, they are inseparable. The scenario is told from the perspective of Sara. As narrator, she explains us how Geneva forced her to initiate an introspection and finally remove her Don Juan’s mask. The movie Ad occhi chiusi is a free adaptation of an eponym novel written by Gianrico Carofiglio and published in 2003. The protagonists are potrayed by Liliana Fiorelli, Aurora Ruffino, Corrado Oddi and Laura Recagno. Note: you can activate the HD in options.
Sexual Tension: Violetas, a series of six short films
Sexual Tension: Violetas is the sequel of the eponymous series called Volátil which depicted the awakening of homosexual desires in boys. This volume explore the game of seduction between women through the eyes of its authors: Marco Berger and Marcelo Mónaco. Indeed, the scenarios are clearly designed by men who fantasize lesbianism as a casual feeling subject to the frivolity of youth. Despite its many biased views, Sexual Tension: Violetas remains an interesting work to watch because of the undeniable charm of its actresses and their commitment in exciting roles. You will probably be frustrated more than once by the course of events that are leading the characters together, but that’s the price to pay for being addicted to cute flirting scenes and sapphism in movies. I think it worth a watch. Sexual Tension: Violetas is available on Amazon Prime with English subtitles.