BFI Reuben Library. Amazon iTunes Shot on iPhones along Santa Monica Boulevard's unofficial red light district, Tangerine follows two transgender sex workers and one lovesick cab driver through a particularly eventful Christmas Eve. Dee Rees's Brooklyn-set feature is the story of butch African-American lesbian teenager Alike Adepero Oduye as she tries to deal with feelings that increasingly put her at odds with her family check out her mother's aghast response to things like Alike's preference for boys' underwear. Gus Van Sant's loose Shakespearean adaptation brought the New Queer Cinema movement into the mainstream, with River Phoenix as a young, narcoleptic hustler and Keanu Reeves as his best friend and unrequited love interest. Use film and TV in my classroom. Disobedience Rachel Weisz returns to her oppressive orthodox Jewish community only to find love with a one Rachel McAdams. About the BFI.
Amazon iTunes Eliza Hittman's dark and moody film plays out a bit like a thriller, one in which a Brooklyn teenager named Frankie a superb Harris Dickinson, in a nearly wordless performancewho spends his idle hours hanging with his delinquent friends, fooling around with his girlfriend, or hooking up with men he meets online.
Nighthawks Hilarious, poignant and often quite spiky, the film, like its subject, is a one-off. About the BFI. Harry Dodge, Silas Howard Cast:
While Clive marries and seeks political office, an increasingly troubled Maurice refuses to discard his feelings, leading to a dangerous considering the legal and social binds of the time affair with a gamekeeper Rupert Graves.