Loretta is a successful lesbian writer of cartoons with problems in her romantic life with Annie. She is a habitué of a lesbian bar. One day she meets Rachel and they start a new life ...
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Angayuqaq Oscar Kawagley
Shirin is struggling to become an ideal Persian daughter, politically correct bisexual and hip young Brooklynite but fails miserably in her attempt at all identities. Being without a cliché to hold onto can be a lonely experience.
Loretta is a successful lesbian writer of cartoons with problems in her romantic life with Annie. She is a habitué of a lesbian bar. One day she meets Rachel and they start a new life together. When J.R. starts flirting with Rachel, all the insecurity of Loretta rises in a jealousy situation.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
How do you like to see the same jokes over and over again? It's not funny and the characters all talk with the same tone. It also makes lesbians seem very promiscuous which is not true for all of us. I don't think the characters are really representative of lesbians. I'd go for "Better than Chocolate" or "Gia" for a movie that portrays real human feelings and don't look like they are acting.
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