“Be with me” consists of three stories of love vs solitude
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 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.
Long before the events of the movie Ôki, who was approaching middle age, had a relation to 16-year-old Otoko. She got pregnant, but the child was stillborn. Their relation stopped at the same time.
Two women are in a relationship, though when tragedy strikes, a despotic law of the land cost’s one person’s life, a home and destroys the life of the one left behind.
Pim (played by Apinyaa Saiparna Sakuljaroensuk) is left behind when her male partner chooses to leave her to work abroad. She is certain all ties with him are cut. Enter another woman, Pat (played by Thai-Belgian singer Isabella Buaa Lete). The two women embark on an affair. They go as far as carrying out a wedding.
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Tagline: A girl-on-girl relationship is something men would never understand
Director: Arunsak Ongla-or
Stars: Pattadon Jan-Ngern, Pudit Kunchanasongkarm, Isabella Lete
A psychological thriller that tells a story of lives of three women.
The story revolves around a young man from the planet Mars, who is known as E.T., who arrives on Earth totally naked, and soon befriends a young Chinese man, Xiao Bo, who takes him home and teaches him several languages, mathematics, geography, world history, art and the natural sciences. The two become increasingly close, and eventually fall in love. The Chinese man is bisexual, and has both a boyfriend and girlfriend who befriend E.T., and also fall in love with him. The girl tries to conceive a baby with E.T., after which he falls into a coma.
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The plot deals with a taboo lesbian love story about a Cambodian American woman infatuated with a famous Cambodian actress.