Breaking Glass Pictures has just released five great LGBT film on Hulu, and you should check ’em all out. Here’s some descriptions:
Edie & Thea: A Very Long Engagement
The story of Edie and Thea is a documentary about two soul mates whose love begins with an instant attraction and lasts 42 years – and counting. Shortly after they met in New York in the early 1960s, they became “engaged”, even though the idea of a civil marriage for gay and lesbian couples would not come to pass for another 4 decades.
Nate & Margaret
Nate is nineteen. Margaret is fifty-two. Their odd, quirky, totally working friendship gets rattled when Nate gets his first boyfriend, who drives him away from Margaret as she tries to pursue a life as a stand-up comedian.
Author Laure Charpentier adapts her own controversial novel for the big screen to tell the tale of Georgia, a woman who dressed like a man, and uses her skills as a siren to rise through the Paris underworld in the 1960s. Her former lover’s suicide still fresh in her mind, Gigola seduces with impunity. From beautiful barmaids to lonely aristocrats, no woman is free from Gigola’s enchanting spell.
Jason Potts is an openly gay man living in New York City. When he returns to his hometown of Smyth, Tennessee, Jason realizes things have not changed for LGBT teens. As Jason sets out to help, he is put in charge of the town’s first-ever gay pride parade. Meanwhile, a conservative city councilman is working with a minister to send Smyth’s gay teens to an ex-gay ministry camp.
When Conner first meets Gay newbie Devin, he feels an instant attraction for him. However, soon into the relationship Conner’s nemesis, the Puerto Rican drag queen, Adora, wants Devin all to herself. Conner soon realizes the only way to compete with a drag queen is to become a drag queen.