Got plans on September 7? You might want to catch the latest film from the Pgh Lesbian & Gay Film Society — Tick Tock Lullaby — at the Southside Works.
Here's the blurb ….Pittsburgh Lesbian and Gay Film Society is pleased to present Tick
Tock Lullaby on Sept 7th at the SouthSide Works Theater. Show time
is 9:30 PM with a party afterwards. And don't forget to join us as
a friend on MySpace. We got a lot going on so join us!
Tick Tock Lullaby
Bursting with smart, tender observations on the travails of
prospective parenthood, Tick Tock Lullaby is a sharply observed three-
part exploration of sexuality and the search for sperm in hip thirty-
something London. Spot-on dialogue, dynamic cinematography and
perfect performances are the highlights of this gently unfolding
intimate portrait of one lesbian couple's struggle with whether (and
how) to have a baby.
Butch-y artist Sasha (writer/director Lisa Gornick) and her attorney
girlfriend Maya's (Brit TV phenom Raquel Cassidy) heterosexual
procreation envy are contrasted with a pair of other baby-making
stories: A single female photographer who wants a child (but not a
relationship) sleeps around with a series of young clueless guys
while her coupled sister and her boyfriend entertain doubts (and sex
and intimacy issues) as they try to make a baby the old-fashioned way.
Sasha's intimate confessions and endearing neuroses touch a lovely,
vulnerable nerve as do her tremendously thoughtful reflections on
love, sex and intimacy in this bracingly honest, beautifully made
British feature from the director of sexy rom-com Do I Love You? —
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