The Guest House

This year’s guiltiest pleasure for lesbian movie lovers everywhere!

Blue-eyed blonde bad girl Rachel (gorgeous new lesbian heart-throb Ruth Reynolds) is mature for her 18 years. An aspiring songwriter, she’s given up on her music after the recent death of her mother and her neglectful father isn’t around very much.

The arrival of Dad’s new employee Amy (the lovely Madeline Merritt), staying in their swanky Los Angeles guest house for the weekend, brings Rachel the inspiration she needs. A wholesome college graduate fresh to California from the cornfields of Iowa, Amy happily confesses her dreams and desires to Rachel over the course of the weekend as the two women fall in love.

“It seems like anything’s possible here.” Amy proclaims as they ramble across the city in Rachel’s Dad’s Hummer. Out and about in Los Angeles the two girls can’t keep their hands off each other. At home in the guest house, their activities are even hotter.

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7 Responses to “The Guest House”

  1. Leeloo

    This movie is simple terrible. Honestly.
    There are so many things that do not make sense in it or are just plain dumb. The director obviously has never seen a real lesbian before. I don’t know why it’s on the homepage of
    Trust me and don’t waste your time on it. Google the movie review on gaelick .com – the author summarised all the things that bothered me pretty well.

    • candy offers a wide array of lesbian films for preview, rental or purchase on the site. There’s something for everyone, even if every film isn’t your cup o’ tea.

  2. dogmom

    Trust me, and the leeloo, this is really a bad movie. It’s the worst acting I’ve ever seen, with long pauses between lines like they’re not sure what their next line is. And the plot is totally ridiculous. Candy, “not my cup o’ tea” is bad acting and a waste of my time and money.


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