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Samuel
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LGBT movies

i was never interested in lgbt movies and i think that it stupid when your are gay watch only things that are connected with your orientation. but it is due to you, if you want then ok. it is only my opinion. i prefer straight movies, but actually it is only good visible in films about love, which a i dont like at all. i refer horror films or comedy, and they dont pay much attention to relations is such genre. i have watched only one tv series in wich there was a gay couple but i cant remeber its title.

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Samuel
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LGBT movies

It's a natural thing for all of us to watch that type of films and shows-it's always curious to see this or that actor or actress playing these type of characters.Especially,when in real life they're straight as hell. :) Sure,I love to watch something like this-even off the Oscars contenders this year were the magnificent "Carol" with two beautiful women-Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara,and "the Danish Girl" with interesting Eddie Redmayne and a wonder named Alicia Vikander.I've enjoyed both of them,just like I'm enjoying that show with Jeffery Tambor-"Transparent".

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YourHubby
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LGBT movies

Brokeback Mountain is great! Totally agree! But i want to tell you about the movie called "Sappho" . It ia an erotic Ukrainian feature film directed by British-born Robert Crombie, the events take part on the Greek island of Lesbos in 1926. The title and the story make allusion to the ancient Greek poetess Sappho. The movie is based on Ernest Hemingway's novel "The Garden of Eden" (eng. The Garden of Eden). The movie even got "Golden Aphrodite" the Cyprus International Film festival 2008 director Robert Crombie. Maybe you can try to find it and watch. It is pretty cool!

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Samuel
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LGBT movies

recently i watched a nice film, named The normal heart, of course no doubt, Brokeback mountain is the best one, when we speak about LGBT movies, but The normal heart is also nice, i was really suprised that there is a film that can be as good as Brokeback mountain. The only difference is that film The normal heart is not a romantic film, it's a drama that tells us about the dangerous desease named AIDS and how it influences on homosexual guys.This theme is very close to me, because 5 years ago i've lost a very good friend who died because of AIDS...unfortunately this illnes is still uncured and nobody knows how to treat it..that's why we should not forget about this illness while we make love with our boyfriends.

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Valeos
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LGBT movies

All greetings. I like watching movies, different genres and countries releasing them on screens. For me it is not important to watch films only about LGBT people. Especially now, the development of a gay line is being made more and more often in films, so in many films there are such stories about LGBT people. Here is one of my favorite multi-serial films is the Battle of Thrones. There and about gays and lesbians. And the film itself is excellent. I'm waiting for the continuation.

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IamJack
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Yeah, LGBT movies do seem to

Yeah, LGBT movies do seem to be quite cool. However, it's really very difficult to find a film that really tells the story of the love between two men or women. I used to watch the film 'Cloud Atlas' several weeks before. Though this film isn't about homosexual love, it does have several charachters who love each other. These characters are men and the rlationships between them are shown quite skillfull. I quite like this film and I often think about it when I'm asked about my favourite movie.

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Bert
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You know there are many good

You know there are many good movies devoted to the problems of the LGBT community and to the possible future of gay people. Yes 'Boys don't cry 'is a great movie. It is very deep and serious, I think that everybody should watch it whether he is gay or straight.

Upon release, Boys Don’t Cry opened up widespread dialogue about gender identity, violence toward the LGBTQA community, female sexuality and a lot more that, frankly, too many take for granted as par for the discourse in today’s discussion about queer identity, theory and rights. Let your conversations begin

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Alister
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I think that if you want

I think that if you want something to think over and probably something to cry for, I think you should watch a movie called "Compassion". Exploring the AIDS epidemic at a time when film was too afraid to even utter the acronym, this drama, set in the early 1980s, features a group of gay friends as they come to terms with the mysterious disease that is killing them off. The panic and the outcry within the community contrasting, the prejudice and willful ignorance on both sides . . . this is a true tragedy.The film’s studio release, at a time when the fear of AIDS was reaching a nadir, was something of a marvel. Another brick in the wall of hate crumbled. Knowing this film is tantamount to feeling enlightened and enriched.

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Albert
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But how hard it may be a same

But how hard it may be a same-gender couple to bring up children. It is described in the film called "The kids are all right". In the end, all any of us can hope for is a little piece of this world where we can build a family and live the life we've always wanted. Co-writer/director Lisa Cholodenko’s The Kids Are All Right vividly paints the portrait of a suburban family whose peaceful veneer is cracked by curiosity and doubt. Starring Oscar nominees Annette Bening and Julianne Moore as a lesbian couple whose two children (Mia Wasikowska and Josh Hutcherson) seek out and insert their biological father (Oscar-nominated Mark Ruffalo) into their dynamic, the film tackles common issues facing many modern families.

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Brian
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 I like British movie.

 I like British movie. British cinema tries to reach our heart, our feelings, to touch our soul, by such films as "Weekend". I was a little bit sad and frustrated in the end of the film, because I wanted they be together.

Actually, I didn't understand Glen's feelings to Russell to the complete extent. He was just a closed book. At the one hand he was a genuine gay with his own principles and priorities, he had lots of friends and sex partners, but, to my mind, he felt himself not a complete person, I mean - individual, who could achieve something important in his life. Perhaps, it is the key reason he left Russell, and moved. But, I still believe in their happy relationships in the future 

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