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If you have Amazon Prime, you have access to some of the best LGBTQ+ movies ever made.Take a look at 10 to watch free or rent during Pride Month!

If you have Amazon Prime, you have access to some of the best LGBTQ+ movies ever made.

Unfortunately, like most streaming platforms, it’s not always easy to find them, so we took the work out of it for you!

Read on for the best LGBTQ+ movies on Amazon Prime to watch during Pride Month, available for free or for rent.

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LGBTQ+ Movies on Amazon Prime to Watch During Pride Month

In case you didn’t know, Amazon Prime Video is the video streaming service that is available for Amazon Prime members.

With Amazon Prime Video, you have access to unlimited streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows.

You also have the option to rent or buy movies and TV show episodes or seasons that aren’t included with Amazon Prime Video.

If you are looking for some great LGBT movies to watch on Amazon Prime, here are some of the top ones.

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1. Blue is the Warmest Colour

Blue is the Warmest Colour is a 2013 French romance movie that is based on the 2010 novel- of the same name- by Julie Maroh.

The movie centers around the relationship between Emma (Lea Seydoux), an aspiring artist and Adele (Adele Exarchopoulos), a French high school student, over the course of several years.

2. Booksmart

Booksmart is a 2019 coming-of-age comedy movie that focuses on two high school seniors, Molly Davidson (Beanie Feldstein) and her best friend,

Amy Antsler (Kaitlyn Dever), the night before they are set to graduate. The two best friends set out on an adventurous, chaotic and daring night on the town. (Side note: Actress Beanie Feldstein is openly gay).

3. Brokeback Mountain

Brokeback Mountain is a 2005 romantic drama movie that is adapted from the 1997 short story- of the same name- by Annie Proulx.

The movie chronicles the complex, unexpected relationship between Ennis Del Mar (Heath Ledger), a ranch hand and Jack Twist (Jake Gyllenhaal), a rodeo cowboy.

Set in Wymoning, the couple experiences their share of complications, heartbreaks and joys.

The movie is available for rent, or free with a Starz subscription.

4. Call Me By Your Name

Call Me By Your Name is a 2017 coming-of-age, romantic drama movie that is based on the 2007 novel- of the same name- by Andre Aciman.

It is the final movie in the “Desire” movie trilogy, after the 2009 movie- I am Love and the 2015 movie- A Bigger Splash.

Set in Northern Italy, during the summer of 1983, the movie depicts the unexpected, first romance of Elio Perlman (Timothee Chalamet), a precocious 17-year-old and Oliver (Armie Hammer), a 24-year-old American doctoral student who works for Elio’s father.

Carol

Carol is a 2015 romantic drama movie that is based on the 1952 novel- The Price of Salt- by Patricia Highsmith.

Set during the 1950’s, the movie features the life-changing romance between Therese Belivet (Rooney Mara), an aspiring photographer and Carol Aird (Cate Blanchett), a glamourous older woman.

God’s Own Country

God’s Own Country is a 2017 British romantic drama movie that charts the life of Johnny Saxby (Josh O’Connor), a sheep farmer who works on his family’s remote farm in Yorkshire, England.

When his family hires a temporary, Romanian migrant worker, Gheorghe Ionescu (Alec Secareanu), Johnny finds himself dealing with emotions and feelings that he’s never experienced before.

Imagine Me & You

Imagine Me & You is a 2006 romantic, comedy drama movie. It is Rachel’s (Piper Perabo) wedding day and she is marrying her long-time boyfriend, Hector (Matthew Goode).

However, when she sees her wedding florist, Luce (Lena Headey), at her wedding, the two feel an instant attraction to one another. Rachel is suddenly torn between her love for Hector and her growing attraction to Luce.

Lady Bird

Lady Bird is a 2017 coming-of-age, comedy drama movie that is set in the early part of the 2000’s, in Sacramento, California.

The movie outlines the close relationship between Christine “Lady Bird” McPherson (Saoirse Ronan), an artistically talented high school senior and her friend, Danny O’Neill (Lucas Hedges), who is a closeted gay man.

Lady Bird is actually in love with Danny, until he tells her that he is gay, but he isn’t ready for anyone else to find out yet.

In an interview with The Advocate, actor Lucas Hedges says he considers his sexuality to be a “fluid experience.”

This one is free with your Prime membership.

The Birdcage

The Birdcage is a 1996 comedy movie that is adapted from the 1978 movie- La Cage Aux Folles.

The movie showcases the love affair between Armand Goldman (Robin Williams), the openly gay owner of The Birdcage, a South Beach drag club and his life partner, Albert (Nathan Lane).

The couple’s lives are turned upside-down when Armand’s son, Val, who is the product of a drunken, one-night stand, come and announces he is getting married to his girlfriend, Barbara Keeley.

Armand and Albert soon learn that Barbara’s parents are Republican Senator, Kevin Keeley and his wife, Louise, who consider themselves to be right-wing moralistic parents.

For the sake of Val and in order to be accepted by Barbara’s parents, the couple decide to put on a false straight front.

Rent it or watch it free with a Showtime subscription.

If you have Amazon Prime, you have access to some of the best LGBTQ+ movies ever made.Take a look at 10 to watch free or rent during Pride Month!

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