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365filmsbyauroranocte · 5 days ago
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The Summer of Sangaile (Alantė Kavaitė, 2015)  
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cigarrw-s · 3 months ago
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Sangailės Vasara (2015) dir. Alanté Kavaïté
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aether-xx · 8 months ago
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If you want a hopeful wlw film, you should watch this. Also! The cinematography *chef’s kiss*
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Summer of Sangaile (2015)
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wlw-delusions · 3 years ago
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Auste and Sangaile’s car scenes always have me feeling some type of way
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corazondelacierva · 4 years ago
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Sangailė (Alanté Kavaïté, 2015)
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ofallingstar · 12 days ago
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The Summer of Sangailė (2015)
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lgbtpopcult · a year ago
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Top 10 Best Lesbian/WLW Films of All Time
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1. Fucking Amal, 1998
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2. Carol, 2015
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3. Booksmart, 2019
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4. Portrait of a lady on fire, 2019
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5. Imagine me and you, 2005 and Saving Face, 2004
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6. The Prom, 2020
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7. Vita & Virginia, 2018
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8. The Half of It, 2020
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9. The Handmaiden, 2016 and The miseducation of Cameron Post, 2018
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10. Ammonite, 2020 and The Summer of Sangaile, 2015
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yesbothways · a month ago
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hiiii. i'm always interested in more f/f films. i see u mentioned The Summer of Sangaile. i guess i'm just curious, does it have a happy ending? or maybe just not a tragic one. thank u :)
I would not recommend a wlw film without a happy ending without explaining! (And, honestly, I probably just wouldn't recommend... I'm looking at you, that random British Indie version of Carmilla that did bury your gays, but I still like it as a film). This film does a pretty accurate job of depicting teen angst, so it's painful in that way. But that pain is contrasted with queer love in this film, not a source. I recommend checking out the documentary Fly Like A Girl before this film, if you can.
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stainedglassgardens · a year ago
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The Summer of Sangailė (Sangailės Vasara, Alanté Kavaïté, 2015)
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tudorscharlot · a year ago
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Sangailes vasara (The Summer of Sangaile) (Alante Kavaite, 2015)
I just watched this for the second time this week. The first time I watched it was in the month following a very painful breakup and when watching a staggering number of movies was the only thing keeping me afloat. I definitely had big and contradictory emotions about this movie since then, in addition to not really remembering it very clearly. But it has stayed with me in a nicely haunting way, and I was happy (and sad) to watch it again. 
Like a lot of eastern European storytelling, this (Lithuanian) film ends up feeling incredibly sad to me. But it’s a sad story, so how else could I feel? Sangaile and Auste have a beautiful time together that offers them both long-lasting enrichment. And one can’t really ask for more than that from any relationship. But their parting at the end bums me out. It IS a story of young love, and those stories are almost always intense, fleeting, and hard to get over. It’s realistic that they had a literal and emotional summer together and were good to each other in a way that will glow as they go forward in their lives. But the longing way that Auste looks at Sangaile in those last scenes is too sad.
This is a good film.
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wlwfilmscenes · 2 years ago
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The Summer of Sangaile (Alante Kavaite, 2015)
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365filmsbyauroranocte · 3 days ago
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The Summer of Sangaile (Alantė Kavaitė, 2015)  
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cigarrw-s · 3 months ago
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Sangailės Vasara (2015) dir. Alanté Kavaïté
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decisiontoleave · 3 years ago
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The Summer of Sangailė (Sangailės vasara) (2015) dir. Alante Kavaite
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cianofeelings · 5 years ago
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ofallingstar · 16 days ago
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The Summer of Sangailė (2015)
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authoroftheaccident · 4 years ago
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Emotional tactility & Identity of Clothing in Queer Cinema
- Carol (Todd Haynes, 2015)
- Call Me by Your Name (Luca Guadagnino, 2017)
- Bitter tears of Petra Von Kant (Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1972)
- Tomboy (Céline Sciamma, 2011)
- Summer of Sangaile (Alante Kavaite, 2015)
- Paris is Burning (Jennie Livingston, 1990)
- Beau Travail (Claire Denis, 1999)
- Brokeback Mountain (Ang Lee, 2005)
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