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The "B" in LGBT Representation In Film

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I feel like the last positive representation of bisexuality in film was 1933's Queen Christina with Greta Garbo, can anyone think of any others? 

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Performance (1970).  Mick Jagger, Anita Pallenberg and Michelle Breton cohabited in a very realistic and believable way. There was every indication they would have loved to include James Fox as well.

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Wasn't the Frank Langella character in Diary of a Mad Housewife (1970) bi? We only see him with the Carrie Snodgress character, but I think it's mentioned.

 

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Thank you. This helps a lot. 

 

I have been wondering because while it looks like modern Hollywood isn't afraid to explore the diversity of sexual orientations in film, bisexuality hasn't been explored and Dallas Buyers Club (2013) could have explored the main character's actual bisexuality, but they didn't for some odd reason. 

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