The white version of Moonlight and 5 other LGBT films which you soon should expect

Since Moonlight last year the Oscar for best film won, get movies about or with LGBT a little easier a chance in the mainstream. An overview of what is arrive.

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God’s Own Country

Francis Lee debuts with a kind of Brokeback Mountain in the English countryside. In Yorkshire a young man, according to his father, not good enough for the sheep. A young Romanian seizoensarbeider must assist him, but soon increases the sexual tension between the two so that the situation should explode.

Beach Rats

The second film by Eliza Hittman is a character study of a disoriented teenager from Brooklyn. Frankie has a relationship with a girl and hangs like the tough guy. In secret, he is looking for online contact with older men who him to nudist beaches lure. The white Moonlight made a good turn at the festivals of Sundance and Locarno.

Tom of Finland

This brave, classic biopic tells the story of Touko Laaksonen. The Finnish artist with a penchant for tough sailors, hypermasculiene cowboys and motorbikers with huge penises is an icon of the homokunst, but in his early years he was anything but under the market in the reactionary Finland.

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Love, Simon

Also the big Studios dare to venture to romantic comedies about young people with homosexual feelings. 20th Century Fox is aiming for the big audience with this film adaptation of the youngadultroman Simon usa. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. Nick Robinson (Jurassic World) plays Simon, a teenager who is not yet out of the cabinet dared to come.


The Chileen Sebastián Lelio produced one of the best films of 2017 with Una mujer fantástica, a moody, exciting portrait of a young transgender woman. For his next film strict he Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams. That play two jeugdvriendinnen those feelings for each other develop and incomprehension encounter in the orthodox jewish community in which they grew up.

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