Princess Cyd
"Call Me by Your Name" has the peach scene, but Elisa's bathtub is vital to creating a more comprehensive canon of female sexuality.
It used to be easy to divide films into theatrical releases and straight-to-video dumps, but now there are at least 50 shades of gray.
Despite earning rave reviews for "Princess Cyd," Stephen Cone's films have never played a major American film festival. That's about to change.
Gay filmmaker Stephen Cone delivers a humorous and naturalistic portrayal of female sexuality — from across generations.
This finely tuned portrait of a teenage girl and her estranged aunt is both bathed in summertime nostalgia and boldly of its time.
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