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  • The Underground Railroad

    The Underground Railroad


    Check out my Black Panthers, History & War, and Historical Period Dramas lists!

    Adapted from Colson Whitehead’s Pulitzer Prize Winner historical fiction novel, The Underground Railroad is an incredibly mesmerizing story about a young African American woman’s journey to search for freedom in the antebellum South.

    Directed and Co-Produced by Barry Jenkins, The Underground Railroad is a riveting masterpiece that criticizes the brutality of slavery, while celebrating the resilience and determination of black people, as well as the secret network of…

  • It's a Sin

    It's a Sin


    Check out my British Film, 🌈 Rainbow Cinema LGBTQ+, and
    Romance lists!

    Ritchie: "I wanna be anyone. I wanna be Hamlet, I wanna be Romeo. But if I said I’m gay, I’d be just the clown."

    It’s a Sin is one of the best miniseries ever, particularly for its authentically powerful depictions of queer communities in London spanning from 1981 to 1991! A heartfelt, hilarious and poignant drama that chronicles the friendship among four friends during the AIDS epidemic in…

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  • Yes I Am: The Ric Weiland Story

    Yes I Am: The Ric Weiland Story


    Check out my Documentary, Inside Out 2021, and 🌈 Rainbow Cinema LGBTQ+ lists!

    Yes I Am: The Ric Weiland Story recounts the life of Ric Weiland, an unsung hero of Microsoft and pioneer of LGBTQ rights.

    Directed by Aaron Bear, Yes I Am: The Ric Weiland Story chronicles Ric Weiland’s personal gay identity through stories from former partners and friends, interweaving with his professional dedications recalled by colleagues, as well as his bequeathed $65 million to the Pride Foundation to…

  • Knocking



    Check out my Scandinavian Cinema, 🌈 Rainbow Cinema LGBTQ+, Inside Out 2021, and Psychological Thriller lists!

    Knackningar (Knocking) is a Swedish psychological thriller following Molly’s move into her apartment, where she hears knocking from her ceiling and insistently searches for its source. She calls the police for help, but nothing is discovered. So she attempts to draw her upstairs neighbours' attention, but they dismiss her and report her to the police. It becomes more intense when Molly notices a woman’s…

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  • Nomadland



    Check out my 2021 The Golden Globes & Oscar Nominees, and Best of 2020 lists!

    TIFF 2020!

    Chloe Zhao gains international recognition with her award-winning indie hit, The Rider, which is a beautiful prairie drama. Adapting Jessica Bruder’s non-fiction book, Zhao writes, directs, and edits Nomadland, starring Frances McDormand as Fern who is independent and strong, working itinerant jobs and living a life on the road alone.

    Fern loses everything during the recession in Empire, Nevada, which is a small town…

  • Soul



    Check out my Best of 2020, and Animation lists

    22: Is all this living really worth dying for?

    Directed and co-written by Pete Docter, Soul is Pixar’s newest animated fantasy comedy. It follows Joe Gardner (Jamie Foxx), a middle school music teacher, who is persistent to pursue his passion in music, but gets into an accident that separates his body from his soul. As Joe embarks on a journey to find his way back to the Earth for his life-changing…