Toshiaki (Kosuke Yonehara) is a young gay man. On the first day of work, he meets Yosuke (Masashi Taniguchi) in the elevator. Yosuke is Toshiaki’s new boss. Toshiaki is attracted to Yosuke. Toshiaki can’t be honest with his feelings due to a traumatic incident from his past.
The movie follows a group of young friends in the city of Tel Aviv and is as much a love song to the city as it is an exploration of the claim that people in Tel Aviv are isolated from the rest of the country and the turmoil it’s going through. The movie looks at young people’s lives in Tel Aviv through the POVs of gays and straights, Jews and Arabs, men and women. It all begins when Noam, a young Israeli soldier, serves in the reserve forces and meets at a check point a Palestinian young man called Ashraf. Following an incident during which Noam misplaces his ID card at the check point, Ashraf shows up on the doorstep of the apartment that Noam shares with a gay man and a straight woman.
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.
Two clowns living in Korea’s Chosun Dynasty get arrested for staging a play that satirizes the king. They are dragged to the palace and threatened with execution but are given a chance to save their lives if they can make the king laugh.
A movie about the struggles of a few teenagers (about 18) of a school in Japan. One of the boys has fallen in love with his best friend and cannot hide this any longer.
A historical drama set in the Koryo dynasty and focused on the relationship between a king and his bodyguard.
Romance blooms between two soldiers stationed in an Israeli outpost on the Lebanese border.