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Two weeks ago, we asked you to vote for your favorite Lesbian/Bisexual Movie of all time. We know it was hard, but we tried to help you as much as possible, weighing in with our own writers' votes as well as the opinions of filmmakers, actors and writers. How did those things factor in? Well it appears we're all on somewhat of the same wavelength, but still have varying degrees of interests when it comes to what makes something "the best."
So let's start with what didn't make the cut. Surprisingly some classics like Personal Best, The Hunger, All Over Me or The Killing of Sister George were not close to breaking the top 50. Some of our experts' older suggestions like Persona and Coup de Foudre/Entre Nous were barely voted for, while some that cracked the top 10 were as much of as surprise. »
Kevin Kline, Tom Selleck kiss, In & Out Following my Valentine's Day post featuring lots of male-female kisses and embraces (and a few shapely legs, bare breasts, and sensuous lips, courtesy of, respectively, Silvana Mangano, Clara Calamai, and Jane Russell), here's the gay/lesbian version. This Gay Kiss Montage post was originally published in June 2007, when Turner Classic Movies ran a couple of dozen films featuring gay/lesbian/bi/etc. characters as part of their Screened Out series. Created in late 2006 by Robert Eldredge, the video was inspired by the finale of Giuseppe Tornatore's Best Foreign Language Film Academy Award winner Cinema Paradiso, in which Jacques Perrin watches clips — kisses, hugs, embraces, nudity, sensuality, expressions of human desire — that, decades earlier, had been cut from the films screened at his Italian village's old movie house. The local Catholic priest had found those bits of celluloid harmful to the town's morals and family values. »
- Andre Soares
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