Jared is closeted. Sam is straight. They find a connection in each other that they've never had before, but where do they go from there? Over the course of three nights, six gay men sat ... See full summary »
Despite his marginal and extrovert looks, Jeremie is a shy teenager who keeps a heavy secret: his homosexuality. While trying to find his way between his classmate and sexual fantasy Damien... See full summary »
On completing his training in a secret elite army unit, Eitan is taken out by mates from the unit to celebrate. During a night of drinking in Tel Aviv he learns things about the unit and ... See full summary »
Expecting a cozy night outside of the barracks, Seok visits his boyfriend Min-soo who is serving in the military. However when Min-soo's mother questions their relationship, the only answer they can give is that they are 'just friends'.
A prying neighbor, a glassy-eyed drug dealer, and a husband brandishing both a weapon and a vendetta make up the welcome wagon. Set amidst the as-yet-unopened boxes and the hopes for a ... See full summary »
Young James struggles as the outsider kid at his school. His teacher, Mr. Sutherland, the only person he feels he can connect with. When James finally puts a voice to his feelings, Mr. Sutherland's response isn't what James had hoped for.
A hearing-impaired boy, Min-so is gay, and he likes his classmate, Ji-seok. One day, Min-so impulsively has sex with a young man who works in a public bath, an experience that lends him new confidence, but at a heavy price.
In New Zealand an Orthodox Jewish man named Jacob (Rudi Vodanovich) is mentored by an older man named Andrew (Alexander Campbell). Then Jacob discovers Andrew is gay and his obnoxious estranged lover Charles (Richard Lambeth) comes to visit. Things go out of control and Jacob soon discovers Andrew's true feelings for him.
Well-done short. It deals with the subject matter in a sensitive restrained manner. Also the acting is spot on. But the script falters in two spots--it makes Andrew into a saint and Charles into a complete jerk. They're TOO black and white for me to empathize...or believe. But Jacob is thoroughly believable and it's quite moving at the end. However it ends quite abruptly just when it looks like it was leading up to something. Stil this is well-done and worth catching.
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