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Big Lesbian Love Collector's Set [4 Discs] [DVD]

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The Four-Faced Liar
A woman in love falls for someone she never expected to care for in this independent romantic comedy-drama. Greg (Daniel Carlisle) and Molly (Emily Peck) are a twenty-something couple who've moved to New York and seem a bit in awe of the excitement of the big city. Greg and Molly strike up a friendship with Trip (Todd Kubrak) and Chloe (Liz Osborn), neighbors whose relationship is more volatile than their own. Trip and Chloe are sharing an apartment with Bridget (Marja-Lewis Ryan), an attractive woman who is an out-of-the-closet lesbian and makes little secret of the fact she's interested in Molly. Molly hasn't had any experience with other women, but she finds Bridget funny and interesting and the two become friends. However, with time their friendship grows into something more intimate, and Greg is torn between trusting the woman he intends to marry and his suspicion that Molly is having an affair with someone else. The Four Faced Liar was the first feature film from actor turned director Jacob Chase. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Itty Bitty Titty Committee
A secretary turns small-scale revolutionary in this satiric comedy drama from director Jamie Babbit. Anna (Melonie Diaz) is a woman in her early twenties who has recently graduated from college but is still figuring out what she wants to do with her life. Anna works as a receptionist for a plastic surgeon, but has mixed feelings about how he manipulates women's negative self-image for profit. Anna is also single and a lesbian, and is having a hard time meeting new women after breaking up with her latest girlfriend. One evening, Anna sees a woman spray painting graffiti on the side of the building where she works, encouraging women to not get breast enlargement surgery; Anna is intrigued and introduces herself. The vandal is Sadie (Nicole Vicius), the leader of a group of lesbian counter-cultural pranksters who call themselves "C*nts in Action," or the CIA. Sadie takes a liking to Anna and invites her to join fellow members Shulamith (Carly Pope), Aggie (Lauren Mollica), and Meat (Deak Evgenikos) as they deface billboards and put up homemade sculptures of feminist icons in public parks. Anna likes the CIA and their aggressive style, and she is strongly attracted to Sadie; eventually, they sleep together, but Anna soon learns Sadie already has a longtime companion, Courtney (Melanie Mayron), and she begins to wonder if she can support every position the CIA has embraced. Itty Bitty Titty Committee was voted Best Feature Film at the 2007 South by Southwest Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

And Then Came Lola
A lesbian-themed twist on Tom Tykwer's frenetic indie speedball Run Lola Run, co-directors Ellen Seidler and Megan Sidler's sexy romantic comedy follows skilled but perpetually tardy photographer Lola (Ashleigh Sumner) as she races through the streets of San Francisco to make an important meeting. With her career and her relationship hanging in the balance, Lola switches into high gear and speeds toward her destination. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

My Normal
They say normal is a relative term, and Natalie (played by Nicole LaLiberte) has a different way of looking at the word than most folks in this independent comedy/drama from director Irving Schwartz. Natalie makes her living as a professional dominatrix, and while she and her colleagues at an upscale New York sex club generally insist they discipline their customers strictly for the cash, they don't exactly hate the work, and obviously like the money it brings in. But Natalie gains a new perspective on her career when she meets smart and sexy Jasmine (Dawn Noel Pignuola) and they fall into a relationship. Jasmine isn't comfortable with Natalie's profession, especially since she's convinced she likes whipping strange men more than she lets on. At Jasmine's urging, Natalie quits the sex club and begins pursuing her old dream of a career in the film industry. But Natalie discovers getting anywhere in the movie biz is a lot harder than punishing well-to-do businessmen, and while she was firmly in charge as a dominatrix, now she's at the bottom of the food chain in a field where the glass ceiling is high and the double standard is still the order of the day. My Normal was an official selection at the 2010 San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

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