Semi-follow-up of If These Walls Could Talk (1996), with three segments set in the same house, but with different occupants, spanning nearly forty years. While the first movie dealt with the topic of abortion, this deals with the topic of lesbianism.
I must say that this film was a complete surprise to me. I started watching it intending to watch the first segment because Vanessa Redgrave never fails to move me. And, needless to say, her performance in this film is exceptional and a masterpiece of acting. I kept watching, however, because of the clever device which weaves all three stories together, and was soon mesmerised by Chloe Sevigny. All three segments were very well done and the performances are all superb. Excellent all around and highly recommended!
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