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Camp Belvidere is a lesbian romance set in the 1950s about the coming of age of Camp Leader Rose and her forbidden encounter with Nurse Gin. It depicts the journey and evolution of a friendship into a romance between two women when their rapport would have been unlikely.Written by
Nicely crafted short film telling a story of self-acceptance, love, passion and longing between two women. I loved the scenes and music. It's difficult to present the pace of an evolving love story in a short film. Rose is a strong young lady who definitely knows what she wants. Rose's determination questions and challenges Gin's naturally dominant role as the older and more experienced character. The two ladies' performances were convincing and the chemistry was definitely there. Love scenes were superbly shot.
It's a pity this is only a short film. Astrid should keep on telling stories of lesbian love, this piece was an excellent one.
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