Top 10 awesome movies like Abigail Lesley Is Back in Town that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching Abigail Lesley Is Back in Town and you can't get over how good this movie was. Now you want to watch more of such masterpieces. We have curated a list of similar movies which are created by the likes of Joseph W. Sarno, Mary Mendum and Jennifer Jordan . Here goes the list -

  1. Blue Movie
  2. My Brother's Wife
  3. Bad Boy Street
  4. Vacationland
  5. Shackin' Up
  6. The Endless Possibility of Sky
  7. Suburban Secrets
  8. Class of '74
  9. After Fall, Winter
  10. Deleted Scenes
  1. Blue Movie

    Blue Movie

    Viva (playing herself) and Louis Waldon (playing himself) spend an idyllic afternoon together in an apartment in New York City.

    This movie, created by Andy Warhol, Viva and Louis Waldon, scores 5.1 on IMDb.

    Genres - Romance | Drama

  2. My Brother's Wife

    My Brother's Wife

    A man's wife starts having an affair with her brother-in-law, who is temporarily staying at their apartment.

    This movie, created by Doris Wishman, June Roberts and Sam Stewart, scores 5.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Romance | Drama

  3. Bad Boy Street

    Bad Boy Street

    Gay older Parisian takes home a drunken American found in the street. A romantic connection forms despite the younger man's secret - he's famous.

    This movie, created by Todd Verow, Yann de Monterno and Florence dAzémar, scores 6.0 on IMDb.

    Genres - Romance | Drama

  4. Vacationland

    Vacationland

    Bangor, Maine is the setting for "Vacationland" where our three late high school age youngsters reside. Joe, his sister Theresa, and Joe's high school friend Andrew, the athlete, people the story. Joe and Theresa live with their irresponsible mother, who is often too drunk to materially intervene in their lives. Their part of Bangor encompasses the poor, the down and out, the unemployed and they're yearning to find some way to get out and to get on with their lives. Both Joe and Theresa work for a notions store, She runs the cash register, and Joe stocks the shelves. Andrew is the procurer of the trio. He appears able to to steal anything any of them need. Early in the tale Joe's mom has a fight with her current boyfriend and clocks him with the family phone leaving it blood covered and non functional. Joe mentions to Andrew that he needs to get a phone for his mom. Andrew asks what it should look like. Joe gestures with his hands and they travel to a notions shop. Joe stays outside. Surprisingly soon Andrew exits into the parking lot with a large bag full of merchandise. Joe asks him why he steals so much. Andrew says because he can get away with it. At almost the bottom of the bag Joe says, "Where's the phone?" Andrew pulls a phone similar to the ruined one out of the bottom of the bag. It's still wrapped in its plastic packaging mounted on cardboard. He asks Joe whether his mom will like it. As the story proceeds, we find that Andrew has other talents. He makes fake driver's licenses on two occasions for Joe that apparently pass muster, because the alcoholic beverages magically materialize, and are consumed by groups of similarly aged friends. Joe is gay and accepts his fate, but doesn't act on it. Andrew is gay but isn't happy about it and maintains a straight relationship with a classmate. So that they can travel together, Joe goes out with Andrew's girlfriend's girlfriend. As it turns out, neither Andrew nor Joe has a sexual relationship with the girl he dates. We find out that Andrew's girl is a lesbian with a crush on the girl Joe dates. When push comes to shove, Andrew's girl tries to force him to have intercourse with her. When he refuses, she figures out his secret, that he's also gay. She accuses him of being Joe's lover, and under pain of telling the school athletic community his orientation, forces him to have a sexual relationship with Joe which the girls watch. She then maneuvers her girlfriend (Joe's girl) into having a lesbian encounter with her. Joe scopes the want ads and finds a handicapped old man, an artist, who's looking for a model and for help at home. Joe gets the job, moves into the old man's apartment, and forms an attachment for him, buying his prescriptions, and keeping his home neat. The old artist notices Joe's artistic talent, and suggests that he pursue his art. Joe explains to Andrew that when he was 10 years old, he worked for a fat man in a warehouse. At the end of a shift, the fat man sent everybody home but proceeded to take the 10 year old into a gay relationship that traumatized and substantially injured him. He kept the incident to himself, never telling anyone until Andrew. From the time that the girls forced them to interact, Joe and Andrew were free to be their gay identities. Bangor had just one gay club. Joe's second fake ID permitted him to go with Andrew into the gay bar. One night while the boys were clubbing, Joe sees the fat man who injured him so long ago. Joe's sister Theresa has decided to pursue her career in Los Angeles, but she doesn't have enough money for air fare. One night, as she closes the register she pockets the cash... all the cash. She runs out to the airport to buy a ticket, but is $57.00 short. She decides that she can get the balance by engaging a man, and proceeds to catch one. She goes to his room and delays matters until he falls asleep. She takes the money out of his wallet finding enough to make up what she needs. At the airport she buys the ticket and leaves for California. Joe and his artist friend discuss Joe's future. He gets an application to art school for Joe, and Joe draws Andrew naked to submit with his application. Joe's artist friend suggests that when his pain gets so severe that he can't stand it, he knows a combination of his prescriptions that will put him to sleep... permanently. Theresa calls Joe from Los Angeles. She needs more money, but Joe doesn't have anything to send. She hangs up disappointed. Joe goes home to find the artist dead in his shower. He confers with Andrew, tells him he doesn't want to report the death just yet. They go to the gay club and find the fat man who hurt Joe. Joe is disappointed that the fat man doesn't remember him. He persuades the fat man to come with him to the artist's apartment. As the fat man proceeds to take Joe again, Andrew hits him with a metallic object. Joe pummels the fat man as a 10 year old would. They wrap him in a sheet and drag him to the beach. He's still alive, but a homophobic tough from the gay club notices him. Joe reads a note from the artist. He left enough money for Joe to get started in art school. The film ends with Joe and Andrew wrapped in each other's arms sitting beside the water, with their future looking about as bright as it ever has since we joined them in "Vacationland"

    This movie, created by Todd Verow, Brad Hallowell and Gregory J. Lucas, scores 5.0 on IMDb.

    Genres - Romance | Drama

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  5. Shackin' Up

    Shackin' Up

    A play-based erotic anthology about Manhattan's vibrant, lusty and seedy nightlife and 9 sleazy trysts of the rich and the streetwise New Yorkers. Features Penthouse Pet Corinne Alphen and then unknown Willem Dafoe in a cameo.

    This movie, created by Simon Nuchtern, Corinne Wahl and George Ayer, scores 4.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Romance | Drama

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  6. The Endless Possibility of Sky

    The Endless Possibility of Sky

    Sex and drugs- getting hooked and getting off- can be addicting. For Drew, eking out a mundane life in Waterville, Maine, it is resisting the illicit pleasure in New York; for Mistress DaTina, it means operating a sex and drug den to cope with her life.

    This movie, created by Todd Verow, Philly Abe and Theodore Bouloukos, scores 5.1 on IMDb.

    Genres - Romance | Drama

  7. Suburban Secrets

    Suburban Secrets

    Laura, a famous nude model, returns to her small-town home when she learns that her old boyfriend is having a relationship with her aunt.

    This movie, created by Joseph W. Sarno, Isadora Edison and John Samuel Jordan, scores 4.6 on IMDb.

    Genres - Romance | Drama

  8. Class of '74

    Class of '74

    Four young modern women in college set out to explore all that life has to give with various new relationships and to study the ones they have been exposed to in their past.

    This movie, created by Mack Bing, Pat Woodell and Marki Bey, scores 4.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Romance | Drama

  9. After Fall, Winter

    After Fall, Winter

    WINTER is a dangerous, sexy, poignant and at times darkly funny story about two people who desperately want intimacy but have fashioned lives of reclusivity and emotional fracture which ultimately spells the doom of their great love. WINTER begins with Michael, in his mid forties, suicidal about his writing career, which once flourished and now is on a downturn. He leaves his home in New York and goes to Paris in hopes of igniting his passion for writing and life. He also has a penchant for S and M. Soon after is arrival he meets Sophie, a sexy, smart, soulful, nurse who helps dying people transition to the after world. She and Michael instantly have chemistry albeit combative. Sophie has a secret. Her other job is being a dominatrix. Throughout the film, Sophie is nursing a little girl, Anais, who is dying of leukemia.

    This movie, created by Eric Schaeffer, Eric Schaeffer and Lizzie Brocheré, scores 6.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - Romance | Drama

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  10. Deleted Scenes

    Deleted Scenes

    A chance meeting between two guys develops into a relationship, which the viewer gets to see from beginning to (maybe) end-via a series of fragmented scenes.

    This movie, created by Todd Verow, Ivica Marc and Michael Vaccaro, scores 4.4 on IMDb.

    Genres - Romance | Drama

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