Touching on the history of Black women creating space for art and resistance in 1970s Harlem, to gender presentation and fashion, to confronting racism and police violence, filmmaker Sekiya Dorsett captures a story of queer women of color rarely told.
What Inés really wants is to finally succeed in seducing Lola, the hot straight best friend of Verónica Psyco, the woman Inés left nine years ago… pregnant and on their wedding day! And as usual, Inés has chosen the worst time ever: she arrives in the middle of a party at Lola and Verónica´s shared home.
Winner of a Panorama Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature at the Berlin International Film Festival. Explicit sex has rarely been used to explore the contours of a new relationship as effectively as in Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau’s new film—an exquisite return for the pair after Born in ’68 and Côte d’Azur.