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Our Lesbian DVDs and Video pages include all available lesbian themed movies from the USA and the UK. Whether you're looking for a lesbian erotic film like 'Sirens', an adorable little romantic comedy such as 'Better Than Chocolate', a lesbian drama like 'Lost and Delirious' or just a good laugh, you'll find a movie here to suit all tastes. Hopefully you'll find Rainbowsauce a useful resource in lesbian cinema.

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Lesbian Film Review of Jaded
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Jaded (1996)
Director: Caryn Krooth

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NTSC Video - Amazon USA All Regions DVD - Amazon USA
  Region 2 DVD - Amazon UK

The subject of women raping each other is something that most films don't touch on. I found it to be an interesting portrayal of something that actually could happen and probably does more than anyone will ever know. Its not a big-budget film but Carla Gugino was very good in the movie. The two women were both wild, crazy and sinister characters that made the movie interesting to watch. It unfolds rather slowly but I found it to be good enough to watch more than once. (click through to Amazon to read more)

Lesbian Film Review of Kate's Addiction
Lesbian Genre Films - Kate's Addiction

Kate's Addiction (1999)
Director: Eric DelaBarre

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A generation ago they would have called 'Kate's Addiction' a "drive-in movie." Small cast and budget, large plot holes, a fair amount of titillation without ever really delivering, a lot of good-looking people, and plenty of action. 'Kate's Addiction' won't bore you; just don't think about that pesky script all too hard. Farrah Forke was good at Alex in 'Wings'; she brings a veteran's talent to the victim's role here. Kari Wuhrer is very sexy in a Kim-Cattrall-only-better way as the stalker and would-be lover.

Lesbian DVD Review of KD Lang - Live by Request

One night in 2000, the extraordinary KD Lang delivered an emotional and truly magical concert recorded for the A & E series Live by Request, spanning Lang's career, from her gripping rendition of Roy Orbison's "Crying" to "Constant Craving" to songs from 2000's Invincible Summer album. Songs: Summerfling, Big Boned Gal, Black Coffee, Trail of Broken Hearts, Crying, Don't Smoke in Bed, The Consequences of Falling, Miss Chatelaine, MacArthur Park, Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray, Fever, Barefoot, Constant Craving, Wash Me Clean, Pullin' Back the Reins, Simple. 67 minutes.

Lesbian Film Review of Last Call at Maud's
Lesbian Genre Films - Last Call at Maud's

Last Call at Maud's (1993)

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Maud's was the longest-lasting lesbian-owned lesbian bar in the world. The history of Maud's parallels the evolving herstory of the lesbian community and the gay rights movement overall. As the longest-lasting lesbian bar, it was witness to and staging ground for all sorts of cultural changes. No matter how isolated or new in town, women could find other lesbians at the bar...This documentary features interviews at the bar with lesbian luminaries such as Judy Grahn, Sally Gearhart, Del Martin, Phyllis Lyon, JoAnn Loulan, Mary Wings, Pat Norman, Susan Fahey and of course, Rikki Streicher.

Lesbian Film Review of Late Bloomers

Lesbian Film Review of Late Bloomers

Late Bloomers (1997)

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Novice filmmakers and sisters Julia and Gretchen Dyer have produced a delightfully romantic lesbian coming-out love story. Set in all-American suburbia, the comedy-drama is set in Eleanor Roosevelt High School where Dinah, a gangly fortysomething math teacher and basketball coach, becomes friends with the cute but doughy Carly, a married school secretary and mother of two. What begins as innocent friendship soon becomes much more as Carly, dulled by years of domesticity, is intrigued and attracted to the shy Dinah. As the two become more bold in their public affection for each other, Carly's husband, her sensitive daughter and young son, as well as neighbors and coworkers begin to talk and become increasingly troubled. But romance triumphs over all adversities as the two women throw caution to the wind and fall passionately in love with each other. Homophobia, and the disruption of the family unit by lesbianism is explored, but it is the invigoratingly tender and refreshingly romantic nature of the two women's love affair that prevails. A bit too sugary (and fantastically unrealistic) for some, but sweetness and fantasy have their place.

Lesbian Film Review of Lavender Limelight

Lesbian Film Review of Lavender Limelight

Lavender Limelight (1997)

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Women directors don't have it easy and lesbian directors in particular face serious problems producing their work. The documentary Lavender Limelight focuses on seven prominent lesbian filmmakers and examines both the frustrations and the ecstasies inherent in their art. Interviews with directors such as Jennie Livingston (Paris Is Burning) and Monika Treut (Virgin Machine) illuminate the process of filmmaking with insightful answers to penetrating questions, often exposing the tenacious sense of humor required to succeed in the business.

Lesbian Film Review of Lost and Delirious
Lesbian Film Review of Lost and Delirious

Lost and Delirious (2001)
Starring: Piper Perabo, Jessica Paré, et al. Director: Léa Pool

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Léa Pool’s (Set Me Free) new film Lost and Delirious vividly captures the insular world of the private girls school and the pangs of intense first love. Young Mouse Bradford (Mischa Barton) is sent to an all-girls' boarding school by her distant, unconcerned parents. At first lost, she soon finds friends in her two senior roommates: zingy and ferocious Paulie (Piper Perabo) and charming Tory (Jessica Paré). The three become close friends, during which time Mouse realizes Tory and Paulie are sharing a secret, passionate affair. Mouse accepts this, but the rest of school isn’t so open-minded, and when Tory’s younger sister catches the two, things begin to spiral downward. Tory, determined to fit into her family’s ideals, starts dating boys while Paulie goes ballistic, fueled to reclaim her lover no matter what it takes. Adapted from Susan Swan’s turbulent novel "The Wives of Bath" by screenwriter Judith Thompson, Pool’s first English-language film is a steamy, accomplished and ambitious follow-up to her understated, autobiographical Set Me Free. Thompson’s script removes some of the novel’s more violent and fantastical elements but retains its taut emotional core, Romeo and Juliet-like passion, and a whole lot of tension. There’s certainly a heaping helping of feverish, gorgeously shot sex between the attractive young leads – so much so that a Sundance programmer referred to Lost and Delirious as “eye candy for girls.” And Pool proves herself to be a director Hollywood should part waves for.

Lesbian Film Review of Love & Other Catastrophes

Lesbian Film Review of Love & Other Catastrophes

Love & Other Catastrophes (1997)

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Funky and hip from the very start, this amusing little Australian screwball comedy follows one mixed-up day in the life of a group of grad students in Melbourne. At the center are Alice (Garner), a sprightly young woman who is four years late with her dissertation on "Doris Day as Feminist Warrior," and her lesbian roommate Mia (O'Connor), who finds herself caught in the bureaucratic nightmare of trying to change her department. The film zips around through their respective day while introducing a slew of supporting oddballs, especially in regards to their search for a new, third roommate. Director and cowriter Croghan demonstrates a marvelous sense of character while delivering occasionally cracking dialogue, and Garner and O'Connor both make thoroughly engaging protagonists.

Lesbian Film Review of Les Biches
Lesbian Genre Film - Les Biches

Les Biches (1968)
Starring: Jean-Louis Trintignant, Jacqueline Sassard - Director: Claude Chabrol

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Directed by Claude Chabrol, Les Biches is a landmark in film history: its theme of bisexuality and upper-class decadence is surpassed only by its cool precision of cinematic style and exceptionally subtle performances. Socialite Frederique (Stephane Audran) encounters young student Why (Jacqueline Sassard) on the streets of Paris, seduces her and whisks her off to spend winter with the chic crowd of St. Tropez. When architect Paul (Jean Louis Trintignant) meets Why, he too charms her and comes between the two lovers. Frederique then seduces Paul out of jealousy, but finds herself feeling real love. Paul and Frederique invite Why to live together with them, resulting in a ménage a trios beset by jealousy, madness, and ultimately, murder.

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