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I Can't Think Straight

Our review on and The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love.


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Another episode of The Curve Drive-In is available for viewing as Sarita Ramirez, a Curve social media intern, takes on two of the most well known lesbian films of our era, I Can’t Think Straight, starring the lovely Lisa Ray and Sheetal Sheth, and The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love, starring Laurel Holloman and Nicole Ari Parker. Watch as Ramirez gives you a quick look on why these films should be on your end of the summer films to see list and how they’ve helped in shaping LGBT film worldwide, as well as cultural diversity in lesbian relationships.

Watch episode two right here, and subscribe to the Curve YouTube channel to have our latest interviews, event coverage and vlogs sent directly to your email.

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