In this article, we’re going to tell you something about our social Thought process, which we used to think.
Sometimes it happens that one’s $exuality is neither male or female. They are something else. Now actually what happens is that society doesn’t want to accept these types of people. That’s why some fear of revealing their $exuality.
Some reveal as well, but they get hates, harassment and unusual behavior from society, so they live an abnormal life.
You know as well, movies inspire us and spread awareness. So today we’re gonna tell you 11 Movies that are based on homo$exuality.
This is a 1994 New Zealand movie directed by Peter Jackson. Role Players Are Melanie Lynskey as Pauline Parker, Kate Winslet Played, Juliet Hulme, Sarah Peirse PlayedHonora Parker, Diana Kent Played Hilda Hulme, Clive Merrison Played Dr. Henry Hulme, Simon O’Connor Played Herbert Rieper, Jed Brophy Played John, Peter Elliott Played Bill Perry, Gilbert Goldie Played Dr. Bennett, Elizabeth Moody as Miss Waller. This movie was also rewarded by Silver Lion at Venice International Film Festival. This is a true story based movie. The primary story of the movie is about the homo$exuality of two ladies, Juliet Hulme and Pauline Parker. The narrative of the movie is taken by the genuine story of Parker’s Mother’s Murder. In 1952, in Christchurch, New Zealand, Pauline Parker, a 14-year-old girl from a middle-class poor family, befriended the richer English 13-year-old Juliette Hulme (Winslet), when Juliette Pauline’s school Is shifter… They both belong to a shared common of bad childhood illness and isolated hospitals and develop a deep friendship over time. Pauline appreciated Juliet’s vocal arrogance and beauty. With each other, they draw a sketch. It was noticed that the adventure novels written by them are expected to be published and consequently made into movies in Hollywood. Over time it begins to become real to them as the real world. Pauline’s connections with her mother Honra kept to grow and they both have a continuous fight. This angry atmosphere was the opposite of the peaceful intellectual life Juliet had with her family. Pauline spends most of her time with Hulams, where she feels. Juliet told Palin the though of ”The Fourth World”, a paradise without Christians where music and art are enjoyed. Juliet considers that when she dies she will go there. Some actors and musicians are “saints” in this lifestyle.
Breaking The Waves
A film Lars Von in 1996, also won the Cannes Film Festival of 1996. Actress in this movie is Emily Watson. Emily got an Oscar for this movie. Other Actors is Emily Watson as Bess McNeill, Stellan Skarsgård as Jan Nyman, Katrin Cartlidge as Dodo McNeill, Jean-Marc Barr as Terry, Adrian Rawlins Played as Dr. Richardson, Jonathan Hackett Played as Priest, Sandra Voe as Mother, Udo Kier as sadistic Sailor, Mikkel Gaup as Pits, Roef Ragas as Pim, Phil McCall as grandparent, Henry M. Robert guard as Chairman. This movie is a story of A woman who sacrifices herself to desire brutally to save the life of her loved one. One’s lover’s neck gets broken in an accident, so one has to sacrifice her love. Bess McNeill is a beautiful young Scottish lady who has, in the past, been subjected to the low level, unenlightened Situations. She was married Jan Nyman, he worded an oil rig worker, he was a non-churchgoer, despite disapproval from her community and her Free Scottish Presbyterian Calvinist church. Bess is nice of heart, but quite simple and childish in by Thought Process. During her frequent visits to the church, she prayed to God and carried on conversations with Him in her own voice, believing that He is responding directly through her.
Pariah is a 2011 American movie wrote and directed by Dee Rees. It’s the story of Alike (Adepero Oduye), a 17-year-old African American revealing her identity as a le$bian. It was premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and was awarded as the Excellence in Cinematography. Actors are Adepero Oduye as Alike Aasha Davis as Bina, Alike’s love interest, Charles Parnell as Arthur, Alike’s father, Kim Wayans as Audrey, Alike’s mother, Pernell Walker as Laura, Alike’s a best friend, Sahra Mellesse as Sharonda, Alike’s the younger sister. Basically this movie is a story of a girl who imagines, dreams about. She is a 17-year-old girl named Alike. No one has ever ki$sed her, she dreams about it. Alike started to fall in love with Bina, and starts spending more time with her than with her mother Laura. Arthur comes back late a few times from work, which makes anger Audrey and the two of them fight regularly. Arthur does not think much about the changes in Alike’s life. Considering she is going through a phase, he supports her, though he cautions her on steering clear of the area where there is a le$bian bar, saying it’s not good to place and safe for her. For years she expected to be a le$bian. But this was not accepted by her parents. Her a friend is also a le$bian and they want to keep their identity as Le$bian but her mother said her to be a female.
This movie was released in 2016, made on an African-American Young. He is g@y. Directed by Barry Jenkins, it differs from other movies in Many manners. Stars are Andrea Holland as Chiron’s closest friend, Adrian Kevin, Teen as Child Kevin Kevin Jaiden as Jerrell Jerome as Pinner, Nomi Harris as Paula, Chero’s mother. , As Jensa’s girlfriend, Teresa, as Juan’s girlfriend, Juan as Mahershala Ali, the drug dealer who becomes a father figure to Chiron, Patrick Decile as Terrel, a school bully. Chiron is a shy and withdrawn child who lives with his crack addict mother Paula in criminal surroundings. Due to his small size, he is very shy. His mother is addicted to drug$, so she completes her needs than taking care of him. Chiron deals with life in the age of Miami during “War on Drug$”. Life teaches him three lessons of life ecstasy, pain, and beauty of falling in love.