Go Fish is a 1994 independent drama film directed by Rose Troche and written by Troche and Guinevere Turner. A pivotal film in the new wave of queer cinema, Go Fish delves into the lives and relationships of a close-knit group of lesbians in Chicago. The narrative centers around Max (Guinevere Turner), a young woman struggling to find love, and her evolving relationship with Ely (V.S. Brodie), a woman introduced to her by her friends. The film showcases their courtship, the bonds within their community, and the trials and tribulations of their love lives. With its candid and intimate portrayal of lesbian life, Go Fish stands as an influential representation of lesbian culture in American independent cinema. The film was released during gay pride month in June of 1994 and eventually grossed $2.4 million.
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