Country Girl

Seasons often mark memorable events in an individual’s life. And for young people summer is associated with romance.


Summertime directed by Catherine Corsini (France) 2015 is about the awakening of a young woman who moved to the city from a small farming community during the 1970s.

Her participation in a women’s liberation group and her attraction to one of the other women she meets there sets in motion an intense but troubled love affair.

It’s one of the showcase films of Frameline 40 and will screen at least once more at the Landmark Theatres Piedmont in Oakland Thursday 23 June 2016.

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Frameline 40

The premier international LGBTQ film festival turns forty this year. Opening night is 16 June 2016 in the legendary Castro Theatre in the heart of San Francisco.


There are ten films originating from four Mediterranean countries. France: Being 17; Paris 05:59: Theo & Hugo; and Summertime. Israel: One Last Night and Who’s Going To Love Me Now? Italy: Arianna; Irrawaddy Mon Amour; and Me, Myself And Her. Spain: Girl Gets Girl and Victor XX.

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