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Queerguru’s Janet Prolman reviews “The World According To Allee Willis” the fabulously prolific songwriter

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    Here is a little pop trivia quiz: Who wrote “I’ll Be There for You”, the theme song of “Friends”? Who wrote the music and lyrics for the Broadway production of “The Color Purple?” Who wrote “September” for Earth, Wind, and Fire? I would have been stumped before I saw this fabulous documentary, directed … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Janet Prolman reviews MY OLD ASS an unexpected sleeper hit at Provincetown Film Fest

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  Reviewing my handwritten notes from before the Provincetown International Film Festival, I see “My Old Ass” with a line drawn through it and the comment, “Skip It.” I am so glad I decided not to skip it. This sleeper was one of the highlights of the festival for me. A Canadian film produced by … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Janet Prolman reviews ALL SHALL BE WELL a new very moving lesbian drama from Ray Yeung

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    “All Shall Be Well “is a new lesbian drama from Hong Kong director Ray Yeung that is moving and beautifully made. It opens with a scene from the everyday life of two women, shopping at street markets and then unloading the food at home. We intuit that they might be lovers, especially as … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Janet Prolman reviews Girls Don’t Cry (Le ragazze non piangono) that screened at Wicked Queer   

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    What dyke wouldn’t enjoy a road movie featuring two women in a camper van?   Especially an old, beat-up camper that has been lovingly cleaned, restored, and decorated by the main character, Ele.  This subtitled movie from Italy begins with a blurry nighttime shot of a young woman running from a building, with men in … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Janet Prolman is ‘forced’ to watch a Christmas lesbian rom-com LOOKING FOR HER and is shocked how much she likes it

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  Need a lesbian rom-com Christmas movie? Well, look no further. Streaming for free on Tubi, “Looking for Her,” from Violet Wave Productions, is just what Santa (or Mrs. Claus) ordered. Now, this reviewer never watches Christmas movies (except when I’m with family, where “A Christmas Story” plays all day), and romantic comedies are not … Continue reading



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