When a major star played an unapologetically lesbian role with a glamorous young actress as the object of her affection, it was a boon to representation, writes Spencer Jones.
In the film, gay Londoners plan for a weekend of mischief, baiting the owner of a remote Christian bed and breakfast. Events then take a deadly turn in the thriller, out tomorrow at New York's Cinema Village.
The Elijah's Ashes filmmaker recounts a disturbing event that sparked a calling to be an ally.
The tale of Wonder Woman's creator, his wife, and their lover is a refreshing homage to sexual freedom.
"I had to defend myself," the Blue Is the Warmest Color actress says in accusing Weinstein. "He's so big and fat, so I had to be forceful to resist him."
Celebrate Coming Out Day tonight with a feel-good tale of truth.
Allegations of violence join the accusations of sexual harassment.