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Old 01-28-2011, 02:56 PM
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Several months ago, I was aimlessly surfing the net and saw a mention of a movie about a gay-male triad. I think it said it was French with English subtitles. I wrote the title down and of course lost it!
Does it ring a bell to anyone? It looked pretty new (less than a couple of years old).
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Old 01-28-2011, 08:26 PM
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The other day I came across a title in IMDB called A Small Circle of Friends, which a reviewer said addressed "menage a trois" tastefully. I think I might've seen it way back when, but not sure. Sounds like a good one to look up. Karen Allen was always so cute!

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0081528/


RfromRMC, not familiar with that movie you mentioned, but maybe searching keywords or asking at one of the boards over at IMDB.com might help you find it.
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Cabaret. And it's a musical. And it has Liza in it.
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Old 02-05-2011, 06:13 PM
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"I love you and you and you" Polyamory documentary. Sometimes goofy, sometimes revealing. Filmed from the perspective of a monogamous filmmaker which sometimes comes across as a little condescending or confused, but it was fun to watch and helped me work though some anxiety when my boyfriend started dating his other girlfriend (the first outside relationship since we decided to go Poly).
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Cabaret. And it's a musical. And it has Liza in it.
OMG, one of my top favorite movies of all time! How could I forget?
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ch7pO...layer_embedded

This movie is coming to our city tomorrow. I am wondering if anyone has heard/seen it? Is it worth seeing?
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Old 02-13-2011, 04:17 AM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ch7pO...layer_embedded

This movie is coming to our city tomorrow. I am wondering if anyone has heard/seen it? Is it worth seeing?
Ya, not poly... we saw it and it was a super good movie, but frustratingly not poly.
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Old 02-13-2011, 06:10 AM
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Just watched Sex in ’69: Sexual Revolution in America (2009), a special on the History Channel (although I believe it was produced by A&E). There was quite a lot of it devoted to open marriages and group sex at the clothing-optional Sandstone retreat. The word "polyamory" wasn't used. They included excerpts from Sandstone, a documentary by filmmaker Jonathan Dana, who shot it while living there with his then-wife for 15 months. In an interview segment, Dana spoke about his experience living and shooting there, and said that while there he and his wife met another couple with whom they lived in a group marriage for several years after the retreat closed.

Sex in '69 was pretty good, though it really only touched on the topics briefly. However, it wasn't sensationalistic and I quite enjoyed it. If you have the chance, you may want to check it out. Here's a clip, from the distributor's website: http://films.com/PreviewClip.aspx?id=19040
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I'm surprised that no one mentioned the film "Frida." It's pretty much all about the relationship between Frida Khalo and Diego Rivera, which was pretty much full-on poly by today's standards. I think it actually does a good job of representing the complexities and problems that come with loving many people but maintaining what folks would call a "primary" relationship. :: shrugs ::

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After a quick online search, here is a list I found.... "Splendor" (1999) Greg Araki (Johnathon Schaech, Matt Keeslar, Kathleen Robertson)
"an excellent movie. It is about a MFM triad, and covers the beginning of the poly relationship, and they have to decide, when the female becomes pregnant, how to keep the family together. The two males have to work together to show how much they really need the female and how much they love her. ... a good ending"
It looks interesting.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLG3UgJzrnQ
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