John 'Concrete' Hong has one night to fight his way across a violent city and rescue the one he loves. After eviction from their apartment, John and Bethany Hong are forced to live on the streets of Union, a violent city where street gangs control the lower blocks. When John journeys to the bottom of the city to find work, the WCC gang corners him. After fighting his way out, he becomes the ... See full summary »
When brokenhearted Stan flies to Austin for the weekend in hopes of "accidentally" running into his ex-girlfriend Cathy, he arrives to find their best friends Jeff and Kara in the middle of... See full summary »
A look at the lives of two teenage girls - inseparable friends Ginger and Rosa -- growing up in 1960s London as the Cuban Missile Crisis looms, and the pivotal event that comes to redefine their relationship.
No, not the Caribbean island the town in Colorado! Prior to seeing this film, I had not only never heard of Trinidad, I also had no idea that this bucolic burg was also home to the nation's largest colony of transgender folk. How did this happen? Pure happenstance, really, as a doctor specializing in sex change ops took up residence there in the 1960s, and one thing led to another. If you're squeamish, don't worry this is no Let Me Die a Woman, instead concentrating on the development of a post-op transgender community in Bat Masterson's old hometown. Trinidad is a revealing, surprising, and life-affirming documentary that will have you reconsidering your assumptions about sexuality and gender.
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