21 New Gay Movies On Netflix Instant Streaming: November 2014
Netflix’s LGBT instant streaming queue continues to grow, with this list of 21 new queer-centric flicks to hit the streaming service over the past couple of months. The timing’s just right, too, considering we’re approaching that time of year when snuggling up on the couch with a bowl of popcorn, a warm body, and a good gay flick is all you wanna do. No matter what your persuasion, you’ll find a handful of things on this list to keep you nice and toasty over these next few chilly months.
Aimee and Jaguar: “Based on Lilly Wust’s memoirs, this drama tells of two women — a Jewish journalist and the wife of a Nazi officer — who fall in love in 1943 Berlin.”
East is East: “In 1970s England, the Khan children are caught between their strictly traditional Pakistani father and their more laid-back British mother.”
Edge of Seventeen: “A 17-year-old confronts confusion and heartbreak as he rediscovers his sexuality in this story about coming out and its social consequences.”
The Final Member: “Curator Siggi Hjartarson works to complete his collection of specimens at the Icelandic Phallological Museum: the world’s only penis museum.”
Five Dances: “Real dance phenoms show their acting chops in this tale about a prodigy from Kansas hoping to make it big in New York City.
Girltrash: All Night Long: Five young lesbian women experience an unforgettable night of sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll in this musical prequel to the Girltrash web series.
Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia: “With interviews and footage from his television appearances, this documentary chronicles the life and career of outspoken writer Gore Vidal.”
I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing: “In an upscale art gallery, Polly hangs a piece of art she mistakenly credits to her boss, Gabrielle, but it was actually created by Gabrielle’s lover.”
Jack Kerouac: King of the Beats: “This biographical documentary chronicles the controversial life of beat poet Jack Kerouac — a fringe artist who posthumously became one of the most widely read writers in America — and the experiences that inspired his greatest literary works.”
Love Free or Die: “Gene Robinson, the first openly gay Episcopal Church bishop, champions the rights of LGBT worshippers in a faith still grappling with homophobia.”
Naked As We Came: When two siblings visit their gravely ill mother and find her being cared for by a handsome young stranger, it’s just the first of several surprises.
The Next Best Thing: “Pals Abbie and Robert never let sex get between them — it’s never been an issue, as he’s gay. But after an unexpected tryst, Abbie becomes pregnant.”
Pride: The Gay and Lesbian Comedy Slam: “Hosted by iconic comedy satirist Bruce Vilanch, this stand-up showcase features gay comics Poppy Champlin, Sandra Valls, Scott Kennedy and Alec Mapa.”
Question One: “This documentary chronicles the battle over same-sex marriage in Maine, which was made legal in 2009, only to be reversed seven months later.”
Save Me: “When young gay man Mark hits bottom, he’s welcomed to Genesis House, a Christian haven for men like Mark to seek shelter and get on the straight path.”
Taxi Zum Klo: “A closeted teacher, who passes as straight by day but indulges his carnal yearnings at night, swears off his old habits after falling for a new lover.”
Undertow: “A married fisherman comes to terms with his love for another man, despite the strict moral codes of his homeland in this offbeat romantic ghost story.”
Velvet Goldmine: “A decade after a British glam-rocker fakes his assassination and disappears, a tabloid journalist is dispatched to deconstruct the star’s legend.”
Vic and Flo Saw a Bear: When a newly paroled woman returns home to rural Quebec, her parole officer, a former lover and a menacing stranger disrupt her effort to start over.
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?: “A married man has a gay reawakening, while his sexy sister — conflicted about her impending marriage — dumps her wimpy fiancé at a grocery store.”
You and the Night: “Amour is in the air in this erotic tale when a lusty couple and their cross-dressing maid host a midnight orgy for a select group of libertines.”