This comedic Japanese film is the story of two female roommates who are also lesbian lovers. When they accidentally find out about a mother and son involved in a sexual relationship with each other, they set out on a plan to rescue the son. In the process, both women begin having a relationship with him as well.
In the conservative city of Jerusalem, Ami Shoshan, an Israeli football player, is forced by a mafia boss to pose as a homosexual, a punishment for flirting with the criminal’s girlfriend. Shoshan is banned by players and fans of his team, but becomes a hero of the gay community.
Kung Fu Tootsie is set in Hong Kong, the story of Tien and Tao, twins separated at birth. When Tao, living with his wealthy mafioso father, Ma Yong Hai, is mutilated by a rival gang, Ma must find his lost son Tien, living in poverty with his mother, to become the next head of the family. Antics ensue, however, when Tien turns out to be more ‘Sonny and Cher’ than ‘Sonny Corleone’.
Aki, who loves freedom, mets Masaya, an aspiring watchmaker. The two have opposite personalities and initially clash. The two reach better terms when Masaya is able to see Aki’s inner pain. Eventually, Masaya uncovers Aki’s sad past which was supposed to be held secret from everyone.