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Top: Separate the yolks from the whites. Mix the caster sugar with the vanilla one and gradually add it over the yolks, after we have added all the sugar, we continue to mix the yolks until they double in volume and become a frothy cream, light in color. Add the oil over the composition, little by little and mix like mayonnaise. Then add the milk and continue to mix. We will add the rum essence and continue to mix, then we will add flour, cocoa and baking powder. We will mix everything with a spatula until we get a homogeneous cream. In a bowl, mix the egg whites with the salt until you get a strong and glossy meringue. Gradually put the meringue over the composition and mix with a spatula. We will put the composition to bake in a rectangular tray, lined with a baking sheet, for 20 minutes, at a temperature of 180 degrees C. When the top is baked, we will take it from the oven and leave it to cool, then we will cut it horizontally into two equal sheets.
Cream: Mix the milk, sugar and flour with a whisk. We put them on the fire, and until the composition thickens we will put gelatin in the water and we will leave it to hydrate. After the cream has thickened, take it off the heat and leave it to cool for 10 minutes, then put hydrated gelatin and mix very well. Pour the cream into a bowl, cover with plastic wrap and leave to cool. In another bowl, we will put the whipped cream from the tube (the whipped cream must be from the fridge, and before consuming it we must shake the tube well) and we will mix it with the mascarpone. Mix the two creams together with the vanilla essence. Then assemble the cake, pour the cream over the first sheet of countertop, then cover it with the other sheet. Put the cake in the fridge for four hours.
Turn on the oven, take the soup we take from the dough, take a rectangular tray and line it with baking paper (parchment). I beat the egg whites hard, then I added a little of the sugar mixed with the vanilla sugar. Over the egg whites I then put a little by little of the yolks mixed well, mixing lightly with a wooden spoon. Then I sifted over the composition a little of the flour mixed with baking powder and starch, stirring gently from the bottom up.
I poured the composition in a tray (30 x 20 cm) lined with baking paper, and I put it in the preheated oven at 180 degrees C for 15-20 min. (toothpick test).
I made a vanilla cream according to the recipe: 3 eggs, 6 tablespoons starch (70 g), 10 tablespoons sugar (150 g), 750 ml cold milk, vanilla, grated lemon peel, 100 g butter. At the end I added 2 sachets of gelatin (1 sachet = 7 g), soaked in a little cold water, then I added a little hot cream and mixed until completely dissolved and I added it to the cream. I used only 4 larger apples, which, after I shaved them, I sprinkled with lemon juice, then I squeezed them and added them to the cream.
After the top was baked, I took it out of the tray and let it cool on a grill, then I transferred it to the tray where the cake is to be installed. Put the cream over the countertop (because it was even more flowing, I cut waxed paper, a longer sheet, which I folded into 3 and with it I surrounded the countertop, making a kind of wall around the countertop so as not to spread the cream on the sides). I put the tray in the fridge, I think for about 2 hours, until the cream hardens a bit.
I prepared whipped cream - I used only 500 ml of liquid whipped cream, 4 tablespoons of powdered sugar and 1 sachet of gelatin (7 g). I added whipped cream over the cream and put the tray in the fridge for a while, and in the meantime I prepared the apples for decoration. I cut them into thin slices, hardened them in a little butter until they softened, then I placed them on the cake and sprinkled a little cinnamon on top.
The best 15 LGBTQ movies you can watch right now on Netflix
For Pride Month or any other time of the year, it's good to know where to find quality entertainment with LGBTQ characters, stories and themes. Fortunately, Netflix hosts a virtual library of movies from different genres and from around the world that tell these stories carefully.
Here are our selections for the best Netflix movies focused on LGBTQ characters.
Alex Hibbert in "Moonlight" (A24)
1. Moon's light (2016)
What could be a better place to start than with the first LGBTQ film to win top Oscar awards?
Defiantly avoiding sentimentality and holding hands, director and screenwriter Barry Jenkins tells this story of light and love in seemingly hopeless circumstances, with vast accidents, bloody reality and some of the most intoxicating audiovisual beauty recorded.
Moon's light has won three Academy Awards, including a best picture victory in one of the biggest live television blunders of all time. Moon's light will stand by such White House , Nose and select others as winners for the best image for ages
Rooney Mara and Cate Blanchett in "Carol" (TWC)
Two. Carola (2015)
Based on the 1952 novel The price of salt of Patricia Highsmith , which is without a doubt the best film Todd Haynes "The illustrious career so far tells the story of forbidden love between a young photographer ( Rooney Mara ) and an older woman ( Cate Blanchett ) going through a tough divorce. This is a completely captivating, even exhausting watch, as lovers must overcome discouraging and dehumanizing adversity. The hopeful ending is won hard and deeply gratifying.
Mara won Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival, but was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at an Oscar. Carola he was nominated for six Oscars in total, surprisingly excluded from the "Best Picture" and "Best Director" categories.
Sean Penn in "Milk" (Focus Functions)
3. Milk (2008)
Sean Penn offers one of his best shows in Gus Van Sant Biographical drama about Harvey Milk , the first openly gay person to be elected to public office in California. Milk was nominated for eight Oscars including Best Picture. He won two, Penn took the second trophy for best actor and was a writer Dustin Lance Black winner for his original screenplay.
Josh O'Connor and Alec Secareanu in "The Land of God" (Orion)
Four. The land of God (2017)
Francis Lee "The astonishing calm and optimism about the healing powers of a love affair between two farmers is something like perfection. Located in the filmmaker's native Yorkshire, The land of God has a tactile quality in this regard and leads actors Josh O'Connor and Alec Secareanu do not touch a false note.
The emotional arc and the direct line here is as simple and clear as it is effective. Everything sneaks up on you, then takes off your stuffing. Best of luck not to sigh uncontrollably.
In connection with: Parade His review The land of God
Finn O'Shea and Nicholas Galitzine in "Handsome Devil"
5. Nice Handsome (2017)
This upbeat, somewhat fluffy but undeniably charming Irish comedy is about a turbulent friendship between two schoolchildren. Nice Handsome stars Finn O’Shea and Nicholas Galitzine and won the award for best Irish film at the Dublin Critics' Circle. Sherlock and SPECTRUM star Andrew Scott plays a secondary role as the boys' English teacher.
Madeline Weinstein, Daniel Doheny and Antonio Marziale star in ALEX STRANGELOVE (Netflix)
6. Alex Strangelove (2018)
Suddenly cheerful, cruel and disarmingly agitated, this original Netflix movie star Daniel Doheny as Alex Truelove , a deeply closed high school who loves his girlfriend Claire ( Madeline Weinstein ), but is overwhelmed with confusion when he falls in love with a handsome, comfortable boy named Elliot ( Antonio Marziale ).
Related to: Netflix Alex Strangelove It's a disturbing, emotional drama about finding yourself
7. Those people (2016)
This sad and captivating romantic dramatic stars Jonathan Gordon and Haaz Sleiman as a young painter and older pianist who fit into each other in Manhattan. Writer / director Joey Kuhn said Those people he was inspired by his own experience falling in love with his best friend from college. Some elements of the story were inspired by the surrounding scandal Bernie Madoff and his family.
Those people was nominated for the outstanding film - limited release to 28 GLAAD media awards in 2017.
Alex Dimitriades in 'Head On' (Umbrella Entertainment)
8. Face to face (1998)
Alex Dimitriades plays a 19-year-old Greek man who explores his sexuality in sometimes risky ways. Face to face it received fairly positive reviews at launch, although it was controversial for its sexually explicit content. Writer / director Ana Kokkinos received the grand prize of the L.A. Outfest for a remarkable foreign story film.
Jesse Plemons and Molly Shannon in "Other People" (Vertical)
9. Other people (2016)
A splendid tragicomic show from Molly Shannon is the great attraction of this dramedy, a semi-autobiographical look at the writer / director Chris Kelly His family life. Shannon won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Actress for her work here.
Blue is the warmest color (Crazy Goose)
10. Blue is the warmest color (2013)
His reputation is somewhat marred by controversy and a highly publicized fall between the star and the director, Blue is the warmest color is an indisputably moving epic, carried by sensational lead performances of Léa Seydoux and Adele Exarchopoulos . Blue is the warmest color unanimously won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, winning awards for director Abdellatif Kechiche and actresses. Unfortunately, the most recent director, Mektoub, My Love: Intermezzo , has been hit by an even heavier controversy behind the scenes and is one of the biggest critical disappointments in Cannes history.
eleven. Concussion (2013)
Stacie Passon Dramatic stars Robin Weigert as a disillusioned lesbian housewife who decides to try her hand at the luxury escort, following a head injury. Concussion it's a surprisingly unusual and unusual rotation on a set that I've seen iterations in countless other dramas about marriages hitting a hard patch. Concussion premiered at Sundance and won a special jury award at the Berlin International Film Festival.
"Paris Burns" (Off-White Productions)
12. Paris is burning (1990)
Jennie Livingston The documentary is an exploration of the golden age of prom culture in New York. It was hailed as an invaluable artifact when it was released and gained relevance only in the decades since. When Paris is burning did not receive a nomination for best documentary at the Oscars, it was a scandal. This category continued to be one of the most controversial and contested academies.
In 2016, Paris is burning was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.
This is the perfect complement to FX's successful innovative drama Pose , which is now streaming on Netflix as well.
13. Loev (2015)
This emotional love story was based in part on crowdfunding for his modest $ 1 million budget. An Indian production, Loev it was only revolutionary, given the country's criminal code for homosexuality at the time of its release.
Loev won the Audience Award for Best Feature Film in 2019 at the Tel Aviv International Film Festival. This is the first Indian film ever to be screened at the South by Southwest Film Festival.
Rebecca Spence in "Princess Cyd" (Wolfe Video)
14. Princess Cyd (2017)
Following his undervalued Henry Gamble's birthday party (looking for one for another great LGBTQ movie), Stephen Cone made this family drama about a teenage girl who falls in love with another girl when she travels through Chicago to visit her aunt. Cone really has a unique gift for creating truly real characters that you feel you've met in real life. It feels like he's taking people off the street a few moments before they roll the cameras. He is really talented and will certainly continue to make interesting choices as a filmmaker.
"Holding the Man" (Transmission Movies)
fifteen. Holding the Man (2015)
Based on the Australian author Timothy Conigrave The famous memory and play of the same name, Holding the Man tells a devastatingly sad but deeply romantic story of real-life lovers who met as schoolmates. Holding the Man was directed by Neil Armfield and boasts a strong chemistry between the leads Ryan Corr and Craig Stott .
Murray Bartlett and Laura Linney in "City Stories"
Honorable mention: The stories of the city (2019)
More than worth mentioning is that all 10 episodes of Netflix watching Armistead Maupin Landmark series are now available for streaming. Laura Linney , Paul Gross , Olympia Dukakis , and Barbara Garrick they have all been repeating their roles in the 1993 TV miniseries.
What is your favorite movie centered on LGBTQ characters of all time? Tell us in the comments.