Lesbians Who Were Somehow Not Ruined by Straight Men: From The Haunting (1963) and Daughters of Darkness (1971) to The Handmaiden (2016) & The Perfection (2018) — Office Hours with Doctor Horror

Not all queer content comes from queer creators. In fact, because LGBTQ+ directors are so underrepresented in Hollywood, most films telling queer stories come from outside the community. Queer women are especially underrepresented behind the camera, which means they are particularly likely to have their experiences interpreted by others. There are certainly good films about […]

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