There are so many good new LGBT flicks on Netflix instant streaming this month, including recent QFest favorites G.B.F. and Geography Club, and James Franco’s sweaty, much-talked-about Interior. Leather Bar. Here, I round up those and six others for your queue, with trailers, Netflix descriptions and links to their streaming pages. Happy gay movie-ing!
G.B.F.: "When Tanner is outed as a school's only openly gay student, three popular girls engage in an epic fight to acquire him as their "Gay Best Friend."
Geography Club: "Looking for a haven from the social hell of high school, the teens in this dramedy form a social club they know no one else will join."
The Happy Sad: "Black, white, gay, straight: Relationships are tough regardless of your race or sexuality, as the couples at the heart of this movie find out."
Interior. Leather Bar.: "This fascinating film reimagines the 40 minutes of explicit gay S&M footage rumored to have been cut from the 1980 film Cruising."
Margarita: "A cash-strapped couple fires their lesbian Mexican nanny, setting in motion events that lead to an immigration investigation and a deportation order."
Mr. Angel: "Enter the fascinating world of transgender activist and porn pioneer Buck Angel as he shares his inspirational quest for acceptance."
The Perfect Wedding: "While spending Christmas with his parents, recovering alcoholic Paul falls for a handsome houseguest who's pretending to be in love with Paul's ex."
Reaching For the Moon: "When American poet Elizabeth Bishop makes an inspiring visit to Rio, she catches the eye of an old friend's lover, Brazilian architect Lota de Macedo Soares, and begins to blossom under her attention, changing in ways she never imagined."
The Skinny: "A year after college graduation, a pact reunites four gay men and a lesbian friend in New York City for a fateful Gay Pride weekend."