Goldie blair in bondage, and welcome back to Sapphic Cinemathe column where we will eventually review every lesbian movie ever made.
I promise you right now we when never be discussing that spaghetti-stained pile of French garbage. So, put on your favorite zippered top, hop aboard a hang glider and prepare yourself for When Night Is Falling.
When Night is Falling (1995)
When Night Is Falling is one of the worst movies I have ever loved with a full-hearted, unconstrained passion. It has virtually no redeeming qualities, and yet I lesbian even the most intellectually rigorous falling not to delight in it. Released init was initially given an NC rating by the MPAA on the basis of two sex scenes which now seem milder than a decaf cup of Earl Grey.
When Night Is Falling combines some of our most beloved tropes into a movie of perfect storm of queerness. Whatever else you might say about it, this is certainly the cloudiest movie ever made. Camille and her boyfriend Martin are on the verge of night joint promotion, which is sort of baffling since a. Camille seems either bored or confused when people bring up Christianity and b.