lgbtq 1989

L - lesbian, G - gay, B - bixesual, T - transgenger, Q - queer

Lgbtq motives or only undertones(undertones are the best!), even innocent crossdressing.
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1.
Last Exit to Brooklyn (1989)
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Set in Brooklyn during the 1950s against a backdrop of union corruption and violence. A prostitute falls in love with one of her customers... (102 mins.)
Director: Uli Edel
 
2.
Longtime Companion (1989)
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The emergence and devastation of the AIDS epidemic is chronicled in the lives of several gay men living during the 1980s. (96 mins.)
Director: Norman René
 
3.
Looking for Langston (1989)
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A black and white, fantasy-like recreation of high-society gay men during the Harlem Renaissance, with... (45 mins.)
Director: Isaac Julien
 
4.
Coming Out (1989)
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A young teacher in East Berlin struggles with accepting his homosexuality. (113 mins.)
Director: Heiner Carow
 
5.
Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit (1989 Mini-Series)
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Jessica's extraordinarily strong will and heart enables her to rebel against her fanatical, cult-like upbringing... (165 mins.)
 
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Sonny Boy (1989)
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A small-town crime boss accepts delivery of a stolen car, only to find there's a baby in the back-seat... (96 mins.)
 
7.
Fun Down There (1989)
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Fun Down There follows a week in the life of Buddy, a naif who arrives in Manhattan ready to fall in love. The film's dry lends itself to a refreshingly casual quality about the sex scenes-plus there's a happy ending. (89 mins.)
Director: Roger Stigliano