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.
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.
The “Torture Club” is an official afterschool activity at the private school Saint Honesty Gakuen. Yuzuki (Kijima Noriko) has no idea about the club when she enrolls, and gets abducted by the club members and hauled off the clubroom. There, she finds out that upperclass student Aoi (Yoshizumi Haruna), her secret idol, is in the club, and decides to join, but…
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.
From people’s eyes he seems like a sadistic cop who give no mercy to his enemy. But, deep inside his heart Ji-wook hides his desire to become a woman.
The sudden death of her mother brings Myeong-eun back home to Jeju island. There she meets her sister Myeong-ju and her daughter Seung-a, still living at their old home, and Hyeon-a who has lived with them for over 20 years like a relative.
Innocent and naive, the 17-year-old Lian is a maid to a rich family in Malaysia, whose sheltered existence is shattered when she is sent to work at a small hotel near Bugis Street in neighboring Singapore. Having to live with the transvestites and transexuals who make her living on the streets, Lian soon learns about another side of life.
A loner, a gypsy-like character, Jiyoung Jang, is an amateur sculptor that lives a very isolated life. Rein, a Filipina, comes to Korea to earn money. She falls in love with Ji-young and marries him but is shocked to discover that he is a transgender.