Camellia Project: Three Queer Stories at Bogil Island

The film is composed of three different stories of contemporary gay life in South Korea. “Camellia” is of two old buddies having reunited as life went by, – a local and his recently-in-Seoul-living family-man partner. “Drifting Island” is of a family man found this solace in unexpected holiday affairs with a male local driver. “La Traviatta” is of a widow visiting a ceased husband’s male lover.

우리에게_내일은_없다.DVDRip.XviD-BiFOS.avi_0001026The Bogil island is the witness of 3 love stories: In “Kim Chu-ja”, Chun-ha sees his old boyfriend on TV and decides to call him and go with him and his daughter to the Bogil island in a try to take up their relationship again.

In “Drifting Island” a taxi driver and a mechanic live their difficult love story only when are in the island.

Finally, in “La Traviata”, a woman goes to the island, looking for her ex-husband’s boyfriend, who now runs a cottage with his current boyfriend.

(Source: imdb.com)

You may watch the official trailer here:

Original Title:  Dongbaek-kkot

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Language:  Korean

Country:  South Korea

Category:  Drama

Director: Jin-sung Choi, Hee-il Leesong, Joon-moon So

Stars: Hwang Choon-ha, Lee Eung-jae, Jeong Hae-Shim

Run time:  90 min

Release:  2005

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