The Confessions of Frannie Langton : a lesbian period romance/drama you will not want to miss

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    With perfect timing in the middle of Women’s History Month which in the US follows Black History Month. comes a powerfully emotional period TV series The Confessions of Frannie Langton. Someone described it as a lesbian Bridgerton but apart from the fact that it is set in the Georgian Period and has more … Continue reading

The Last Thing Mary Saw …….

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  We tend to avoid ‘horror’ on Queerguru …..even to the point of not discussing the awful tragic frocks that the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City wear!!!  But we were very intrigued to receive this trailer from the premium streaming channel Shudder for a queer occult period drama THE LAST THING MARY SAW.  It’s … Continue reading

Shonda Rhimes with a great Christmas Day gift for us : BRIDGERTON

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  After literally making billions of dollars for Disney as one of the most successful showrunners at ABC TV, it took their inability to give her a second pass to Disney World to make Shonda Rhimes to just up and quit and move over to Netflix. Of course this incident was the tip of an … Continue reading

SUMMERLAND : a British lesbian period drama

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  Summerland is the debut feature film from Olivier award winning playwright, screenwriter and director Jessica Swale.  She is reunited with actresses Gemma Arterton and  Gugu Mbatha-Raw who  both starred in her stage play Nell Gwynn, for this , another quintessential English drama with a real twist. Arterton and Mbatha-Raw play University Students  in the … Continue reading

Little Women : Greta Gerwig’s feminist take on the story of the March Sisters

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  For her sophomore directing gig Greta Gerwig took an enormous gamble by putting her spin on Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel LIttle Women that has been universally beloved for the past 150 years since it was first published. Happily this adaption/reinterpretation is a sheer delight that not only will Miss Alcott’s loyal fans love, … Continue reading

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