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In stands as one of Gus Van Sant’s most conceptual films: it has an unconventional narrative structure, not to mention a central character who suffers from narcolepsy, which lends additional surrealism to the film’s disjointed architecture.
Noteworthy films about lesbian, gay, bisexual, or trans experiences don’t necessarily represent watershed moments for the community.
Often, themes of sexuality roll in tandem with the fullness of life’s other experiences: the joy, heartache, and messiness that accompany moments of romance, grief, or change.
Here, 19 culturally significant LGBT movies, ranging from subtle and quiet to political and groundbreaking.
Homosexuality is only one element of Stephen Frear’s potent social comedy.