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Award-winning film director Rachel Dax has called for more older lesbian women to be shown on screen. It was partly inspired by elderly gay people concealing their sexuality to avoid prejudice in care homes. Not all, but a lot of LGBT films with older characters are more male-focused. This needs to change and I hope this film will play a part in that happening. The film industry has previously been criticised for its focus on films that often involve the conversion of a younger, straight woman by an older gay woman, for example in 's Carol starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara. Want to bookmark your favourite articles and stories to read or reference later? Start your Independent Premium subscription today.
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The father was absent from the situation, and the mother appeared overwhelmed. The kid ran the show, and he got what he wanted by throwing fits, stomping his feet and pouting. The mother doted on her son, and spoke to him in a syrupy baby talk that made my skin crawl. On my first day on the job, the mother took me on a tour of the house. When we got to her bedroom, the bed was unmade on both sides, and we stood there uncomfortably while I cringed at the thought that this rather unpleasant woman had not slept alone.
If you're a lover of period pieces, lesbian romance films, or just gorgeous cinema, you're likely planning to spend part of this December catching the new Todd Haynes movie Carol , where Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara play lovers in sumptuous s New York. But fully appreciating the real depth of the film, at least from a historical perspective, needs a little research first. Carol isn't just a stand-alone piece; it's the latest in a tradition of lesbian cinema across the world , one that has changed and shifted according to societal mores and the history of film itself.