A 12-year old Anita falls in love with the new woman in town; years later, a girlhood crush blossoms during the Fiesta of Santa Clara in Obando, Bulacan.
Shirin is struggling to become an ideal Persian daughter, politically correct bisexual and hip young Brooklynite but fails miserably in her attempt at all identities. Being without a cliché to hold onto can be a lonely experience.
The film starts with a guy bringing different men every night in his apartment. Every man has shown to be with some peculiar features. After first five minutes the film moves 3 years and starts showing life of few people in the city of Tel Aviv some of whom eventually turn out to be men whom this character sleeps with.
This is the bestselling coming-of-age novel by Michael Chiang, a semi-fictionalised autobiography and reminiscence of lost youth and boyhood.
The young ‘Jonathan’ leaves his family’s home in the Moshav, moves to “the big city” of Tel Aviv, to find an alienated and alone world. He falls in love with Thomas, an HIV patient, and a touching and painful love story develops between the two.
Friendship and principles are put to a test in the circle of Jakarta’s social elite which can be as turbulent as the city’s slums. The lives of several upperclass, thirty-something Jakartans are boldly revealed for the first time in Indonesian cinema, following the career and social life of three life-long friends who seem to have conquered the metropolitan. Unfortunately, the truth is not exactly as pretty as the impression.
Natsuko’s co-worker Etsuko asks her how she feels about men. “Not for me,” she says, “I won’t degrade myself.” Based on an actual newspaper story, Afternoon Breezes presents Natsuko’s repressed lesbianism as a crush which evolves into an obsession with her roommate Mitsu.
A young newlywed couple in Hanoi begin to experiment with their sexual desires.
Exploring the intersection between love and art, this same-sex Korean romance centers on an art professor’s wistful recollections of her affair with a relationship-phobic drifter, a story she relays to two of her students.
Openly gay banker Daniel debates whether to return to Australia or stay in Hong Kong when he meets Kafka, a straight swimming instructor. The young men fall in love, believing that their love can bridge anything, despite their difference in sexuality and Kafka’s increasing drug use. Daniel does not regret his love for Kafka, who tries to love him back against his nature. But a flashback memory from Kafka’s past makes it difficult for their relationship to work.