This is a parody of the Haynes/Nagy film, released to ecstatic audiences in 2016, who imagined that this storyline was new: “Wealthy person exploits power dynamic to have sex with, then abandon, working class woman.”
The shocker is that this is two women! SURELY THIS MUST BECOME A FILM! Well, no.
Although the Patricia Highsmith novel might have had some allure in the 1950s, I was disappointed that Haynes, from whom I draw inspiration (his movie,”Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story”), wouldn’t see that “someone overcooked the turkey” (actual dialogue from Haynes’ version of “Carol”) and his movie was, in fact, the turkey.
2017 Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest, Festival Hub at Hackney Showroom, London, UK
2017 11th For Rainbow Festival of Sexual Diversity, Culture and Film, Fortaleza, Ceara, Brazil
2017 ELOP Pride, Tower Hamlets History Library and Archives in partnership with FilmHubSE, London, UK
2017 Women Over 50 Film Festival, Shortwave Cinema, London, UK
2017 Whatashort Independent International Film Festival, New Dehli, India
2017 Older Women Rock! Creative Quarter Folkestone, Kent, UK
2017 Lesbian Lives Conference, University of Brighton, UK
2017 Women Over 50 Film Festival, BMECP Community Center, Brighton, UK
2016 Wotever DIY Film Festival, DIY Space for London, UK
2016 Women Over 50 Film Festival, Brighton, UK