Since its launch, Lesflicks has already added over 100 titles to its platform, many of which are not available anywhere else, or are difficult to find. Ands now the company has announced that it’s hosting the global film premiere of Rain Beau’s End, starring Janelle Snow, Amanda Powell, Ed Asner, Sean Young, Christian Stolte, Melanie Chandra and Kirk Kelleykahn.
Naomi Bennett, Founder of Lesflicks said: “I’m absolutely thrilled to be releasing Rain Beau’s End on Lesflicks. When I first imagined Lesflicks in 2018, I imagined a platform that would work for both audiences and filmmakers, offering an ethically priced, easy to access route for lesbian & bisexual film. In the past 12 months we’ve seen a number of filmmakers respond extremely positively to our offering and we are fast becoming a platform of choice for many filmmakers and some more innovative distributors. We’re delighted that the producers and investors of Rain Beau’s End can see the benefit and potential of this new innovative platform and business model. We look forward to continuing to attract and release interesting and exciting lesbian and bisexual films and series.”
RAIN BEAU’S END is an intimate lesbian family-drama situated in the late 1990s, depicting how the labelling of their adopted son affects a progressive lesbian couple’s relationship as they struggle to raise their family in the spotlight. The film tells a motherhood story starting when a prominent, progressive lesbian couple, Hannah Driver and Jules Paradise, adopts a child named Beau who is subsequently diagnosed with 47, XYY; which was believed at that time to make boys more prone to aggressive behaviour (and has since been disproved).
The trailer gives sneak peek of the movie where Hannah Driver runs for a mayor while trying to navigate her relationship and creating the perfect family with her partner, Jules Paradise and the bumpy road of her adopted son, Beau, who has been diagnosed with 47, XYY.
How will Hannah and Jules fight the struggle of their relationship while trying to create their ideal family under a political spotlight?
Watch the trailer here: