Set to debut at the Berlin International Film Festival, “Femme” looks to be the kind of satisfying queer thriller we won’t miss. The neo-noir features rising stars Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (“Candyman”) and George MacKay (“1917”) locked in an all-too-familiar battle. Stewart-Jarrett will play working drag queen Jules, whose life is upended by a violent homophobic attack. Later, out of drag, he encounters his attacker (MacKay) in a gay sauna and sets in motion a plan to infiltrate the man’s life to enact revenge. The debut feature of co-directors Sam H. Freeman and Ng Choon Ping, arrives at a very timely moment of increased anti-queer activity on the right, often specifically directed at gender non-conforming members of the LGBTQ+ community. In other words, a little fictional bashing back? Seems just the thing.