If These Walls Could Talk 2 (2000). This classic Emmy-winning made-for-TV film is the story of three lesbian couples who happen to live, unconnected, over time in the same house. The three segments are directed by Jane Anderson, Martha Coolidge and Anne Heche respectively. The first one, set in 1961, beautifully acted by Vanessa Redgrave and Marion Seldes, is about the older couple who pay the price for being lesbian and living in times when their relationship is unrecognised. The second, set in 1972, sees Michelle Williams and Chloë Sevigny work out sexual politics that begin with realisations in a lesbian bar. The third is set in 2000, when Ellen DeGeneres and Sharon Stone make plans to have a baby together.