List of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender-related Films By Storyline - Biographical Films

Biographical Films

  • Amen (India), India (2012) Biopic based on Child Sexual Abuse survivor and noted gay rights activist Harish Iyer
  • Amphetamine, Hong Kong (2010)
  • Beautiful Boxer, Thailand (2003) see also Transgender character(s)
  • Before Night Falls, US (2000) biopic on oppressed gay Cuban writer
  • Cazuza - O Tempo Não Pára, Brazil (2004) see also HIV/AIDS films and Bissexual Relationship films
  • Capote, Canada/US (2005)
  • City Without Baseball, Hong Kong (2008)
  • De-Lovely, US (2004) see also gay love - with tragedy
  • Gods and Monsters, UK (1998)
  • Love Actually... Sucks!, Hong Kong (2011)
  • Madame Satã (film), Brazil (2002) see also gay love - with tragedy
  • Milk, US (2008) American biographical film directed by Gus Van Sant. It is based on the life of the late American politician, Harvey Milk.
  • Permanent Residence, Hong Kong (2009)

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