Do I Love You? (2002) Lisa Gornick’s Comedy of Life and Loves of Thirtysomething Femme (LGBTQ, Lesbian)

Do I Love You? (2002)
Director Lisa Gornick

In 2002, when Lisa Gornick’s debut premiered at the BFI London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival (now BFI Flare), it became the first British lesbian feature in 10 years.

Gornick wrote, directed and starred in this breezy, urbane comedy, which she described as “a thesis on love and its labels.”

The life and loves of thirtysomething Marina are explored as she searches for answers to the big questions in her life.

Made two years before the successful TV series The L Word (2004-2009), Do I Love You? captures the zeitgeist in its probe of lesbian identity and sexual mores in the 21st century.