Own Claire of the Moon, Reaching for the Moon and Jamie & Jessie are Not Together for only £9.99*.
Claire of the Moon
Cult lesbian filmaker Nicole Conn brings you the definitive chapter in contemporary lesbian cinema, a film that enraptured audiences the world over and cemented her status as the go-to director for films about women in love.
In the 1990’s Pacific Northwest, satirist author Claire Jabrowski finds herself sharing a cabin with Dr. Noel Benedict, a sensual academic at an annual retreat for female writers. Claire and Noel’s contrasting personalities cause inevitable friction, but, despite their differences, the two cannot deny their obvious lusting attraction towards each other and begin a passionate affair.
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Reaching for the Moon
Set at the height of 1950s glamour, this audience award winning drama recounts the extraordinary relationship between Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Elizabeth Bishop (played by Miranda Otto, Lord of the Rings) and Brazilian architect Lota de Macedo Soares (the beautifully handsome Gloria Pires). In search of inspiration, Bishop leaves America having accepted the invitation of an old college friend to stay with her on her sprawling country estate in Brazil. But she never counted on meeting the love of her life – her friend’s partner.
At first, the fiery personalities of the two women collide and lead to passion-fuelled debates, but animosity quickly turns to attraction, then desire. From Oscar-nominated director Bruno Barreto, Reaching for the Moon is an intimate portrait of two remarkable artists as they discover the most incredible love.
Jamie & Jessie are Not Together
Taking inspiration from films like 500 Days of Summer, And Then Came Lola and Kissing Jessica Stein, Jamie and Jessie Are Not Together is the perfect anti-date movie, with songs! From the director of cult hit Hannah Free, join Jamie and Jessie for a ride filled with laughs.
Jamie is moving from Chicago to New York in two weeks, hoping to become a Broadway actress. Her best friend Jessica is bummed, because she thinks she is in love with Jamie, so as moving day gets closer, she tries to make Jamie jealous by dating other women, with hilarious results.
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