Kiss Me (107 mins)
When Mia and Frida's eyes meet for the first time at a party the attraction is instant. However, Mia is engaged to be married to a man she believes she loves, so acting on anything seems out of the question. When subsequent circumstances throw the two women together, openly gay Frida finds it impossible to resist seducing Mia. A stunningly rendered and honest love story about what happens when you follow your heart.
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Featuring Ruth Vega Fernandez, Liv Mjones, Joakim Natterqvist
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