Blue Diary (1998)

Not Rated   |    |  Short, Drama


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Through voiceover and static San Francisco landscapes this experimental narrative short tells the melancholy story of a young dyke pining over a one night stand with a straight girl.


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25 February 2000 | PopcornQ-2
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Blue Diary is an unconventional 16mm short about a few melancholy days in the life of a San Francisco dyke pining over her one-night stand with a straight girl. Shot in the streets of San Francisco, this six minute color film has no people in it -- just voice-over, quiet urban landscapes, and ambient sound. Although the visual style is a bit more challenging than most narrative shorts, the film's subject matter makes the film accessible and entertaining to a broad audience. Blue Diary is a film that speaks directly to lesbian audiences. And, as a unique, well-crafted narrative Blue Diary speaks to all audiences.

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