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Pride Month Quote Roundup: Favorite LGBT Movies
One way to celebrate Pride Month is through film. Here are the thoughts of a few LGBT supporters on their favorite LGBT films.
Each June Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month is celebrated around the world. It is a time for communities to come together, embrace their diversity, and participate in a variety of supportive activities. One way to celebrate Pride Month is through film. Here are the thoughts of a few LGBT supporters on their favorite LGBT films:
"There's a scene in 'All Over Me' (1997) where the main character Claude is in her bedroom with a girl who really likes her. At the same time, Claude's best friend Ellen is elsewhere with some guy and won't quit snorting coke. The girl puts on Patti Smith's 'Pissing in a River' despite Claude's protests and then tries to dance and make out with her. Claude has this sobbing breakdown while singing along in a cracked, tearful voice while Ellen is doing all this awful shit. To this day, I cry every time I hear that song, thinking Claude on the floor hugging her knees as a girl who simply loves her watches on helplessly." -- Andrew Shearer, 33, Athens
"The first lesbian movie that I really loved was 'Desert Hearts.' Watching it as an adult, I realize that it's a little trite and cliche, but it was pretty liberating as a queer kid in a small town to see women screwing in a movie. I wore out two copies of that tape when VHS was the thing." -- Sarah Arr!, 31, Philly
"I think my favorite 'gay' movie is called 'But I'm A Cheerleader' it starred RuPaul and Cathy Moriarty and it's about the idea that you can fix gay, it's hysterical and heartbreaking at the same time. I think shows like 'Modern Family' are really great in that it's not a 'gay' show. It's a show that happens to have gay people on it. And it's about time." -- Allie, 41, Georgia
"Brianna's Top 5 Queer Films of All Time" -- Brianna, 33, Albuquerque
5. "Hedwig amp; The Angry Inch" (2001) - "East German girly boy Hansel becomes Hedwig, the embittered muse of an impetuous rock star, in this cult musical created by and starring John Cameron Mitchell, director of "Shortbus" and "Rabbit Hole."
4. "But I'm a Cheerleader" (1999) - " Natasha Lyonne amp; Clea DuVall fall in love in this Day-Glo send-up of ex-gay conversion centers, directed by Jamie Babbit. Look for hilarious scene-stealing RuPaul out of drag."
3. "Splendor" (1999) - " Veronica, Abel and Zed are "living in sin [as] one happy, kooky family" in this screwball romantic comedy from normally nihilistic New Queer Cinema luminary Gregg Araki ("The Doom Generation")."
2. "Ed Wood" (1994) - "Award-winning Tim Burton biopic tells the story of Ed Wood (Johnny Depp), America's worst director and proud transvestite. Look for Bill Murray as Wood's friend Bunny."
1. "My Own Private Idaho" (1991) - "Gus Van Sant film about hustlers, heartbreak, and how we define family. Starring River Phoenix and Keanu Reeves. One of my all-time favorites."