Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Whenever lesbian filmmaker Lois Weaver is hard at work on a new film, she has little time for a personal life. This bothers her lover, lawyer Sheila Dabney, to no end. While Weaver is away on a shoot, the jealous Dabney retreats to her distorted fantasy world. Gradually the two women learn to live with one another's eccentricities. By its very nature doomed to a limited theatrical release, She Must Be Seeing Things was given a good showcase at the San Francisco International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival.
fantasy, homosexual, jealousy, lawyer, lesbianism, reality