The Womens Happy Time Commune (1972)

The Women's Happy Time Commune

The Women's Happy Time Commune

The first all-women Western.

The first all-women Western. Set in a fictional 1850, the movie is about one woman's attempt to recruit others for an all-women commune. "..a Warholesque frolic" -- Daphne Davis, Women's Wear Daily " Some great comments about women, men and the pros and cons of living with either." -- Women & Film: International Festival, 1973 "A group of wonderfully idiosyncratic women improvise characters close to their real lives and fantasy lives. Funny, ambling, off-handedly lyrical, the above all excellent for sharing warm feelings in a group." -- Ms. magazine

Anul lansarii: 1972

Regizor: Sheila Paige

Roberta Hodes

" 'Pistol Packin' Momma"

Frances Cima

"ex-preacher's wife, turned hooker"

Judy March

'farm girl/ chicken feeder'

Marylyn Landers

young woman moving West


Summertime (2015)

In 1971, Carole and Delphine meet and fall in love in Paris. When Carole follows Delphine back to her family farm in Limousin, the two find lesbianism and feminism are not as easy in the countryside.

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