Jay Aquitania stars as Marlon, a handsome but closeted gay student who collects cell-phone porn videos to impress his friends-especially tricycle driver, Jonas (Janvier Daily), to whom he’s attracted. In his search for the ultimate sex video, he consequently ends up creating a scandal involving one of his mother’s (the scene-stealing Elizabeth Oropesa) boarders, the mysterious Roxanne.
Coming from a country like India that is still in denial, where being HIV+ is still a curse, ’68 Pages’ rips open the underbelly of its society to reveal how it stigmatizes and shuns those who are HIV+ or even those who just want to be what they are.
Film about Lebanese gays and lesbians and comprises interviews and testimonials of their experiences conducted in a Beirut apartment.
Me… Myself tells a story of Tan, a mild-mannered young man with amnesia, and Oom, a soon-to-be-successful professional woman. Both are from entirely different worlds and have nothing in similar other than their wounded pasts and hearts to be healed.
A romantic comedy centered on the daily lives of five Lebanese women living in Beirut.
The lives of pleasure seekers and pleasure providers intertwine one night in Singapore’s red light district. A series of intertwining tales involve “pleasure seekers and pleasure providers” during the course of one night in Geylang, Singapore’s red-light district. There are three distinct stories, united only by the presence of characters from all the stories in a streetside eatery.
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’.
Tok Wan Rimau, the custodian of the spiritual tiger, is searching for a female heir to inherit her powers. Tina and Ari are the relatives of Tok Wan. They are also best friends. Tok Wan’s spiritual tiger protects her family and their village from harm. Tina, who is in love with Ari, nurtures her secret dream of marrying him even though the villagers often ridicule the effeminate Ari as a sissy.
Two girls, Key and Citra, struggle to make their ends meet, and that includes paying their monthly house rent. Their problems seem to be lifted up when two guys, Nesta and Aldi, move to the house and start playing roles in the girl’s lives, despite a certain big secret the two guys try to keep for themselves.
The story about Taew, Cartoon, Mot-dum and Songkram are four aging-yet-still-outrageous katoey (drag queens) who run a boarding house for boys in provincial Thailand.