The Invisible Man
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One of my absolute favorite films. Beautiful story. Interesting relationship between the women. I keep this film a secret to many and sometimes to myself just so I don't over saturate.
Nice, tender and sensitive lesbian movie.
the actings a bit cardboard but story and sex scenes are hot! plus trapeze artidts are fierce
intrigue and passion
Want to own this movie.
Nice and mellow, great colours.
sensitive, visual, contrast.
I left feeling... "Frozen"
Apart from anything else, this film is a visual feast. Particularly during the love scene when the camera cuts to the trapeze artists-beautifully choreographed and conceived. The story is tender and touches on some of the issues faced by conservative Christians in relation to gay folk. I found this film resonated greatly for me personally and maybe that's why I've given it five stars. Taking that into account, I'd still give it at least four!
I liked this movie very much. Emotional and full of love. Remind me of me n my wife. The love part.