Last week, The fuxico published a list of Christmas movies to fill the heart during the holidays. Filled with comedies, romances and comic dramas, love is always in the air during celebrations. So now we list other ways to love at Christmas. Below is a list of LGBTQIA+ movies to watch before Good Old Man leaves the North Pole.
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“Dasahing in December”
The film tells the classic story of a young man who returns home to the countryside to spend New Year’s Eve with his family. When Wyatt (Peter Porte) arrives home, he is determined to convince his mother to sell the family ranch. However, the unexpected romance with the handsome ranch hand Heath (Juan Pablo di Pace) may get in the way of his plans. Wyatt and Heath disagree over the sale of the ranch, and their relationship is in turmoil before it even starts.
Directed by Jake Helgren, the film is a Paramount production and was released in December 2020.
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“A Crush for Christmas”
Peter’s end of the year is always awkward. The boy’s family is always trying to find him a boyfriend – who is still single. So he asks his best friend to pretend to be his boyfriend. But plans and feelings change when his family tries to play cupid. Could friendship be something more?
The feature under the direction of Michael Mayer is available on Netflix and stars Luke Macfarlane and Michael Urie.
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“The Mitchell Christmas”
Mike Mitchell’s parents ask him to bring a cherished family tradition to life: decorating for the holidays. In this way, the artist rediscovers the magic of Christmas. As the Christmas plot unfolds, Mike’s marriage goes through ups and downs. While planning to adopt a child with her husband, he reconnects with his teenage crush.
Available on Globoplay, the feature film stars Jonathan Bennett and Robert Buckley.
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The comedy-drama revolves around a bisexual romance. Victor is the kind of person who lives to work. He rescues animals abandoned at a shelter. Towards the end of the year, he usually revives an old tradition: he makes life-size cardboard dolls and burns them.
After the ceremony, the boy meets a boy on the street. After a dramatic scene. Victor falls in love with Roy, but the love is not reciprocal, after all, the crush believes he is heterosexual. Shortly afterwards, Roy falls in love with Victor’s best friend and their relationship becomes a web of joy and tears.
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“The Christmas Setup”
Hugo is a renowned lawyer. He and his sister, Aiden, return to their parents’ house, where they spend the holidays. As soon as they arrive, their mother already has a list of preparations. While doing their chores, Hugo bumps into Patrick, his teenage crush.
The sister wastes no time in trying to get the two together. And doesn’t it work? All is well with the romance until Hugo gets a call from his boss suggesting a promotion. However, he would have to move to London if he accepted. What will be the path of the couple?
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“Under the Christmas Tree”
Lisa Rosee Snow directs “Under The Chirstmas Tree”. It was the first feature with a lesbian couple that Lifetime released. The film follows the trajectory of the romance between Alma, played by Elise Bauman, and Charlie, Tattiawna Jones.
It all starts when Charlie finds the perfect Christmas tree for the Governor of Maine. The problem is that it is in Alma’s backyard and the two are going to experience quite a conflict to be able to decide the fate of the tree.
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This is an embarrassing cliché in the LGBTQIA+ community: couples pretending to be friends to hide their relationship. Harper (Mackenzie Davis) invites his girlfriend Abby (Kristen Stewart) to spend the holidays with the super conservative family.
It’s only on the way there that Harper reveals to his girlfriend that he kept the relationship a secret from his parents. The situation gets more and more embarrassing to the point that Abby’s friend goes to “rescue” her. Comedic, dramatic and, in fact, commonplace for the LGBTQIA+ population. The film is available on Amazon Prime Video.
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