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Don't Change Hands (Country: France; Year: 1975; Director: Paul Vecchiali; Stars: Myriam Mézières)
When a wealthy politician receives a mysterious pornographic film reel starring her estranged son, she hires a lesbian private detective to investigate the source of the film and uncover who is trying to blackmail her with it.
Go Fish (Country: US; Year: 1994; Director: Rose Troche; Writer: Guinevere Turner, Rose Troche; Stars: VS Brodie, Guinevere Turner, T Wendy McMillan, Migdalia Melendez, Anastasia Sharp)
A historically groundbreaking film about a woman seeking her soulmate in Chicago's lesbian community.
Scarecrow In A Garden Of Cucumbers (Country: US; Year: 1972; Director: Robert J Kaplan; Writer: Sandra Scoppettone; Stars: Holly Woodlawn, Tally Brown, Suzanne Skillen, Yafa Lerner, David Margulies, Jennifer Laird)
An aspiring actress from Kansas comes to New York and meets a host of zany characters.
That Boy (Country: US; Year: 1974; Director: Peter Berlin; Stars: Peter Berlin)
Admired and desired by everyone who comes in contact with him, a German adonis named Helmut instead only loves the blind boy who can't judge him for his looks and will never see them fade with age. But that doesn't stop a photographer, a bodybuilder, and a leather freak from having their own lurid fantasies.

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