The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The plot mechanics are predictable, but the atmosphere and sensitivity to teenage fears are not: stage actress Leontine Sagan brings an exceptionally warm touch to her depiction of female friendships.
It is a beautiful, tender, and really artistic cinematic work.
Based on a play by Christa Winsloe, performed by an all-woman cast, independently made, and cooperatively financed, this was one of the few genuine women's films of the 30s.
A sincere, distinguished, and moving piece of work.
[Dorthea] Wieck shines... [Full Review in Spanish]
This landmark in gay cinema may no longer scandalise. But it remains a touching love story.
Decades later, Sagan's German anti-authoritarian tale is still the most significant and provocative lesbian-themed film made.
A classic. See it.
Its content is still provocative.
This film displays remarkable emotional, narrative, and visual assurance. It is particularly insightful in its treatment of female bonding, lesbian love, and the perverse interplay of sexuality and power.
it's a touching and lovely film and not as explicit as it's reputation might suggest tho it's historical importance probably cannot be overstated. it can be seen on youtube starting here: http://youtu.be/duXOgKt0qO0
This film is not about sex among lesbian schoolgirls. No "hot girl on girl action". It's a touching story of a lonely teenage girl who develops a crush on her older female teacher. Very well-made, as most 1930s German films are, IMHO. Haven't seen it in years, and when/if I get to see it again, I'll write a more complete review.
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