SNAPSHOT is an erotic suspense thriller starring queer women of color.
A freelance photographer and woman about town, Charlie has her sights set on Danny, an older butch in search of adventure and romance. Just as things are about to click, Charlie accidentally snaps a photo of a murder. and becomes his new target. With a killer hot on her trail — and a new relationship developing — will Charlie find love… or her own demise? Written and directed by Shine Louise Houston (The Crash Pad, Champion: Love Hurts), SNAPSHOT draws inspiration from film classics such as Hitchcock’s Rear Window and Antonioni’s Blow Up, featuring a diverse cast and intimate portrayals of queer sex in Houston’s signature cinematic style.
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“Gone” (2015) takes us inside the world of Rebecca and Todd, a couple deeply in love but destined to part. The film is a portrait not merely of Rebecca and Todd’s sex life, but the passion, trust and depth of commitment by which sex is transformed beyond the simple expression of desire and into something far more fundamental and affirming. A beautiful and intimate story, inspired by a Sssh.com member.
“Gone” takes us inside the world of Rebecca and Todd, a couple deeply in love but destined to part. The film is a portrait not merely of consensual BDSM — It showcases passion, trust, and depth of commitment by which sex is transformed beyond the simple expression of desire into something far more fundamental and life affirming. Further, at the risk of revealing too much, “Gone” is also a political commentary, exploring global politics’ impact on real lives in a way that is both visceral and raw.
A beautiful and intimate story, “Gone” was inspired by a Sssh member. Rowntree, writer Natalia Cross, and the real-life Rebecca worked collaboratively to create the narrative behind “Gone” — one that explores a world wherein a woman is forced to survive in a house, dungeon, and life without her beloved. The screenplay was then adapted by Kitten Boheme.
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