"Delphine and Carole," also known as "Summertime," is a lesbian film that explores a relationship between two women in the 1970s. The film is a passionate love story based on real-life events and is set against the backdrop of the feminist movement in France.
Delphine, a farm girl, leaves her rural life to move to Paris and join the feminist movement. There, she meets the charismatic Carole, an established activist. The two women are instantly drawn to each other, and their love affair begins.
Their relationship blossoms amidst the fight for women's rights and equality. Delphine and Carole experience the challenges and triumphs of their love as they navigate through a society that is not yet fully accepting of same-sex relationships. They are both passionate about their causes and support each other in their activism.
However, their relationship is tested when Delphine is forced to return to her family's farm following a family crisis. Carole, torn by her love for Delphine and her devotion to her activism, faces a difficult decision.
The film beautifully captures the essence of love, liberation, and self-discovery. It explores the societal constraints and personal sacrifices that the LGBTQ+ community had to face during that time. "Delphine and Carole" is a powerful and emotional depiction of a lesbian love story that transcends time and continues to resonate with audiences today.