Won-gyu, a steward, returns to Seoul 2 years after he left with a painful memory. He meets Tae-jun, acquainted on the Web, and they have a special night at the place of Won-gyu’s aforementioned memory. A queer film by Leesong hee-il inspired by an actual case of random street assault by a homophobe in Jong-no.
Chitrangada is a story of a Dancer. Rudra Chatterjee,the protagonist wanted to become a dancer but had to study engineering to fulfill his father’s dream. The story is about the crowning wish which remains unfulfilled.
Yuki Morimura is by all accounts a disappointment. The only thing the substitute teacher has going for him is that he is the concertmaster of an amateur orchestra.
The story is in three segments.These stories are all very touching and engaging. It brings to the surface the desires and needs of people, being they physical or emotional.
After Kensuke (Naoki Kawano) graduated from college, he began to work at a company. He didn’t get along with his co-workers and six months later quit his job. Since that time he has stayed in his home for 5 years.
When three rebellious students leave their hometown to pursue their lifelong dreams in the big city, their relationships start to face the pressures of real life as the 1980s Taiwanese socio-political reformation movement unfolds in the background.
The film consists of three continuous segments, each focusing on a group of characters whose relationships are revealed in the third segment.
A psychological thriller that tells a story of lives of three women.
Rene is supporting his ailing grandmother by running the family business. His grandmother’s friend is constantly trying to set him up with various women, hoping that he’ll finally settle down. What she doesn’t know is that Rene is gay and that he’s in love with his driver, Levi.
The sequel to Yossi & Jagger finds Dr. Yossi Gutmann reminiscing about his love ten years after his death. However, as he encounters a group of young soldiers, one of them, Tom, reignites his romantic feelings.