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  • On Lesbian Movie Reviews you will find interesting and entertaining lesbian movies in many different genres. To read the entire review or to purchase the movie in DVD or VHS format, click the link following each review.

    Christmas is the season for giving and spending time with your family apparently. How can you face this when your family is ruled by an uptight matriarch who won’t even acknowledge your lesbianism? Casey Olsen (Redman) and Alexandra (Landra) are passionate lovers who have surprisingly made successful lives for themselves in a New England coastal town. ... Click Here to read the entire review or purchase the movie.
    Winner of Audience Awards in the Philadelphia, London and Toronto Gay and Lesbian Film Festivals, this wildly enjoyable and refreshingly sexy tale tells of lesbian love winning against all the odds. When 19-year-old red head Maggie’s nutty mother calls and says she is moving in – Maggie, who quit law school and has been sleeping on the couch of the lesbian bookstore – must find a sublet apartment and make it livable fast. ... Click Here to read the entire review or purchase the movie.
    While not the breakthrough lesbian film which many had hoped for, Claire of the Moon is an earnest drama of simmering female sexual desire and equally strong denial. At an oceanside women writers' retreat in Oregon, Dr. Noel Benedict (Karen Trumbo), a brooding psychologist and lesbian author of "serious" books (reminding one of a constipated Carol Burnett), finds herself rooming with her opposite. ... Click Here to read the entire review or purchase the movie.
    Jean Genet's feverish, claustrophobic play about the sadomasochistic games, brought on by sexual and emotional frustrations, between two servants is brought to the screen in this faithful, if overheated, theatrical adaptation. Jackson and York give stellar performances as the docile maids to a bossy woman (Merchant) who, when her back is turned, elaborately stage a series of sexual fantasies involving domination and submission. ... Click Here to read the entire review or purchase the movie.
    Cuban-American Mary Guzmán directs this fresh, funky and -- at times -- frisky comedy on Latina lesbian romance. A cute young Latina lesbian (Desi del Valle -- the Desi of the title) is looking for love after a painful breakup with her cheating girlfriend Adela. The story is narrated by Desi's best friend, J.T. (Yesenia Aguirre), a skateboard-riding baby butch, who has an obsession for performance artist Marga Gómez and a penchant for helping her friend. ... Click Here to read the entire review or purchase the movie.
    The Monkey's Mask is a stylish and sex-drenched lesbian murder mystery that we can all enjoy. This Sydney-set film was adapted from a novel by screenwriter Dorothy Porter. Susie Porter (of the upcoming Star Wars: Episode 2) stars as Jill, a 28-year-old private investigator who is hired by the parents to locate their missing daughter Mickey, a poetry-obsessed student. ... Click Here to read the entire review or purchase the movie.
    Copy editor Jessica Stein has high expectations for every guy she attempts to date. Jaded by constant disappointment with men, she answers a singles ad under the "women seeking women" section. She meets art dealer Helen Cooper, who is equally tired of her mundane routine in which she has a different gent for various sexual needs. ... Click Here to read the entire review or purchase the movie.
    Susan Seidelman's latest film mixes Almodovar with a dash of mystery and plops it down in the back alleys, boulevards, parks and stylish apartments of scenic Barcelona. Based on Barbara Wilson's lesbian detective novel, the film stars Judy Davis as Cassandra Reilly, an eccentric dyke American ex-pat who translates Spanish novels for a living. She's struggling with her current project and running quite low on cash when Frankie (Harden) propositions Reilly to spy on her ex-husband Ben and daughter for the sum of $3000. ... Click Here to read the entire review or purchase the movie.
    A sophisticated, lust-loving lesbian film that depends very heavily on an immense sense of style and is a tad weak in the plot department. Sande Zeig’s existential, film noir love story is unlike just about any other lesbian feature film ever made before. Set in a timeless, strangely quiet Paris of cool tones and understated jazzy tunes, the story revolves around an artist (and narrator) (Agathe de la Boulaye), who spends her time strolling along the Seine, slapping color on canvas and lounging in clubs. ... Click Here to read the entire review or purchase the movie.
    Léa Pool’s (Set Me Free) new film Lost and Delirious vividly captures the insular world of the private girls school and the pangs of intense first love. Young Mouse Bradford (Mischa Barton) is sent to an all-girls' boarding school by her distant, unconcerned parents. At first lost, she soon finds friends in her two senior roommates: zingy and ferocious Paulie (Piper Perabo) and charming Tory (Jessica Paré). ... Click Here to read the entire review or purchase the movie.