In Sancharram (“The Journey”), Kiran is mortified by her growing lesbian desire for the effervescent Delilah, in an idyllic Indian village where arranged marriage is the only acceptable form of coupling.
Thirteen-year-olds David and Michael are brought together by their mutual love of soccer.
Being obsessed by his long lost love, the young male gay searches for the truth of his love life by taking his boyfriend to 7th tier beautiful cascade. “Down the River”(Tam Sai Nam) depict Buddhist Philosophy through the old Thai poem style, called “Niraad.”
A romance between a soldier and a country boy, wrapped around a Thai folk-tale involving a shaman with shape-shifting abilities.
Set in Hong Kong in the present, the film’s main character is a good-looking young estate agent named Meili who one day meets two people that will have a strong influence on her life. One of these people is Madame Umeki, a mysterious upper-class Japanese lady who asks Meili to find a tenant for her luxurious apartment. The other person is a police officer with the number 4708, a sort of dream man in uniform who appears to have sprung from Meili’s innermost desires.
Four young men with a flair for drag leave their village to attend a catholic school in Bangkok. When the boys want to join the cheerleaders rather than any of the competitive teams they are rebuffed and end up joining the rugby team. Will they find acceptance on the team or will they find a way to achieve their real goal?
Flavia is a thirty something married teacher. She has suppressed the memory of her adolescent lesbian fling with Jin and is stuck in a stifling marriage. A chance encounter in a supermarket with the playful and seductive singer Yip reawakens dormant feelings and she begins to think back on her teenage affair with Jin.
Jade runs a Hainan chicken rice restaurant whilst taking care of her three sons, two of whom are openly gay and her uncertainty about which way her youngest son will go. Things take a dramatic turn when a young female French exchange student enters their lives and begins to overturn their traditional values.
Suk-won, a trader who loses all of his money (and his wife) in a market downturn is left homeless until Dae-shik, a homeless loner, rescues him. Together the two travel across the country and Dae-shik falls in love with Suk-won. Joining them in their journey is Il-joo, a wacky hooker who falls in love with Dae-shik.
Roy is a Taoist priest but also a drag queen performer. He meets and falls for Sunny but when Sunny disappears without saying good bye, Roy begins to suspect that something terrible has happened.