David and Keiko's marriage is under strain. Fate conspires to bring a small boy, Jay, half-Japanese, half-Western, into their lives, and the boy becomes a catalyst in their troubled relationship during three days in Kamakura.
Fish Out Of Water tells the story of Min-jae, a Korean-Filipino teenager, who is often discriminated against for being mixed-blood. His utmost desire to belong to the homogeneous and ... See full summary »
Alec Kevin Rigonan,
Fish out of Water tackles the seven Bible verses used to condemn homosexuality and justify marriage discrimination. This feature documentary uses humor and original animation to make a traditionally complex and controversial topic accessible to those who don't like talking about religion and sexuality. Fish out of Water dives into the underbelly of America, crisscrosses red and blue states and talks to ministers from every denomination to uncover America's impassioned relationship with homosexuality and the Bible. With slapstick animation and quirky interviews taken everywhere from barbershops to mega churches, Fish out of Water delivers a voice to the oppressed and informs to the misled. Most importantly, Fish out of Water sits down with hundreds of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender folks to impart their experiences with faith and sexuality. This unique lens spans across culture, race, religion, age, socio-economic level and puts a relatable face on the themes of Fish out of ... Written by
I like the part when the man smiles at the fishing woman. This is not the main story, but this small romance has a presence. Facial expressions of characters are easy to understand their emotion and what things happen. I was amused what would happen and who would wait for the man next. I wonder who the people wearing suits were. I think nobody can come up with his final solution. It was unique. I want to know about how to shoot the scene where the man rows the boat in the lake.
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