Melissa Brayden – How sweet it is

  The hot thing about “How sweet it is” is the idea of the book: how is it possible to fall in love with your lost love’s sister?? I wouldn’t have thought about such an antithesis in the main characters’ life, but I am so glad Melissa Brayden has and thus, created an amazing controversy... Continue Reading →

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Câteva conversații despre o fată foarte înaltă

  „Filmul este o incursiune sumară în lumea queer, dar și o privire asupra unei generații puțin reprezentate în filmul românesc: tinerii din marile orașe, prinși între valori și opțiuni contradictorii, între modelele propuse de vestul Europei și o societate înțepenită în reverii despre o presupusă “tradiție". Scenariul reprezintă dramatizarea în ficțiune a unor povești... Continue Reading →

Killing Eve 2018 TV Thriller Series starring two amazing women – Sarah Oh and Jodie Comer

"Killing Eve" is a great TV show because it's different and refreshing. Imagine Bond, only if he was the bad guy, a she, and a total sociopath/psychopath. Our intrepid hero, also a she, an older Asian woman to boot (something one NEVER sees on TV) on a worldwide hunt/chase for this evil Bond using only... Continue Reading →

Prada periculoasa

  Pe strada intunecata se vedea doar ceata unei zile ploioase de octombrie trecut si doua arme semiautomate indreptate inspre doua siluete negre ce nu puteau fi deslusite......dar se cunosteau demult......din vremurile in care silueta “atacata” o domina pe cea care acum o asteptase dupa colt.....parul negru ondulat se lupta cu vantul si cu amintirea... Continue Reading →

Frieda Belinfante – but I was a girl

This us the story of Frieda Belinfante (1904-1995), a remarkable woman who was the first female conductor to have her own symphony orchestra in Holland and later in Orange County, United States. Controversial, because of her homosexuality she shows a remarkably strong and positive will in everything she does. Born in a family of musicians... Continue Reading →

Disobedience -2018- the new les movie – where Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams impress in a beautiful & dramatic love story

  The subject of the movie it's not one that I expected : a mixed feelings and thoughtful characters drama about a woman returning home to the Orthodox Jewish community of north London - I love the mystery around Ronit leaving London for New York, the strengths and weaknesses of Ronit and Estie's friendship and... Continue Reading →

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