The Best Lesbian/Bi Movie Poll: Winners!


21. Room in Rome (2010)

Starring: Elena Anaya, Natasha Yarovenko Director: Julio Medem

Despite her protests that she is not a lesbian, Natasha is seduced by Alba at a club in Rome. It’s more than just (hot, hot, hot, hot) sex, though; the two fall in love in a single night, through stories told mostly by flashback, but agree to part ways the following morning.

Our review of “Room in Rome”

22. Hannah Free (2009)

Starring: Sharon Gless, Maureen Gallagher, Kelli Strickland Director: Wendy Jo Carlton

Based on Claudia Allen’s play, Hannah Free is romantic dramedy about two midwestern girls who fall in love and live out their relationship despite one of them marrying, one world war, a whole lot of family homophobia, and a final heartbreaking illness.

Our review of “Hannah Free”

23. The Kids Are All Right (2010)

Starring: Annette Bening, Julianne Moore Director: Lisa Cholodenko

Nic and Jules are a lesbian couple living a happy life in California with their kids, but things get complicated when their two kids track down the man who donated sperm to Nic and Jules for both of their pregnancies. The film was nominated for four Golden Globes and four Oscars, including Best Picture.

Our review of “The Kids Are All Right”

24. High Art (1998)

Starring: Radha Mitchell, Ally Sheedy, Patricia Clarkson Director: Lisa Cholodenko

High art photographer Syd has a chance meeting with her upstairs neighbor, Lucy, a former super star photographer who has retired to take care of her drug-addicted girlfriend. The two begin a professional relationship that turns sexual as they grapple with their careers and their desire for fame.

Our review of “High Art”

25. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2009, Sweden) (2011, United States)

Starring: (Swedish) Michael Nyqvist, Noomi RapacePiper (United States) Daniel Craig, Rooney Mara, Christopher Plummer Director: (Swedish) Niels Arden Oplev (United States) David Fincher

Bisexual computer hacker Lisbeth Salander has been written off and abused by society, but despite all the odds against her, she finds a way to punish her abusers and obtain her freedom while helping financial reporter Mikael Blomkvist solve a decades-old murder mystery on an affluent, family-owned island.

Our review of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” (Sweden) (United States)

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