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13 Queer Movies You Absolutely Can't Miss 🌈

What's up, Queerlish fam! Feeling like your movie nights need a fresh twist? We've got the perfect list of queer movies that are total game-changers. These films aren’t just entertainment; they’re journeys of love, life, and everything in-between.


Queer cinema opens our eyes to a world of unique experiences and stories. Whether you're in for a night of laughs, tears, or all-out fabulousness, there's something here for everyone. So, make yourself comfy, grab your favorite snacks (maybe sneak in a glass of wine 😉), and let's get into it!


Here are the must-watch movies:


1. Pain and Glory [Dolor y gloria] (2019)


Dive deep into the life of Salvador Mallo, a retired film director revisiting his past glories and pains. This beautifully crafted narrative intertwines memories and encounters, making for a poignant and moving cinematic experience.



2. The Power of the Dog (2021)


Prepare for an intense drama set in the Western landscape, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as a macho yet gay cowboy. This film beautifully intertwines themes of masculinity, vulnerability, and unexpected love.



3. Appropriate Behavior (2014)


A witty, relatable comedy about Shirin, navigating her bisexual identity amidst the bustle of New York City. It's a story of love, breakup, and the hilarious yet touching journey of finding oneself.



4. No Hard Feelings [Futur Drei] (2020)


From Germany comes this heartrending drama about Parvis, a German-Iranian gay man who finds love in a refugee detention center. It's a tale of love, culture, and the struggles of living at the intersection of multiple identities.



5. My Summer of Love (2004)


A captivating British drama that follows the intense and unexpected romance between two young women from contrasting backgrounds. It’s a story of passion, discovery, and the transformative power of love.



6. Farewell, My Queen [Les Adieux à la reine] (2012)


Step into the opulent world of Marie Antoinette through the eyes of a young servant. It's a story of love, luxury, and the looming shadow of revolution.



7. The Wedding Banquet (1993)


Ang Lee's early masterpiece blends humor and heart in this story of a Taiwanese immigrant in New York, caught between his gay partner and the weight of family expectations.



8. Your Name Engraved Herein [刻在你心底的名字] (2020)


A moving Taiwanese film that captures the struggles and beauty of young love in a time of societal change. It’s a poignant tale of music, friendship, and forbidden love.



9. Gods and Monsters (1998)


Explore the dramatic and often tragic life of James Whale, a renowned director in the golden age of Hollywood. It’s a film that intertwines personal struggle, creative genius, and the quest for acceptance.



10. Supernova (2020)


A heartbreakingly beautiful tale of Sam and Tusker, partners embarking on a journey across England as they grapple with the challenges of early-onset dementia. It’s a story about the enduring power of love amidst life's trials.



11. Love is Strange (2014)


This film beautifully portrays the complexities of a long-term gay relationship through the lives of Ben and George. It’s a tender, honest look at love, aging, and the challenges faced by gay couples.



12. We’re All Going to the World’s Fair (2021)


A unique blend of horror and coming-of-age, this film is a haunting portrayal of a lonely girl’s journey of self-discovery in the digital age.



13. Tomboy (2011)


Céline Sciamma's insightful film explores the life of a gender non-conforming child, capturing the innocence, confusion, and beauty of childhood gender exploration.



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Films are more than just stories – they're windows into lives and experiences, both similar to and different from our own. Enjoy the journey and keep the spirit of Queerlish alive in your heart! 🍿🏳️‍🌈

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