It's Christmas Eve, 1986, and Borja is a precocious teenager with a passion for film, among other things. As his extended family comes together to celebrate the holiday, the combined forces... See full summary »
Santiago Rodríguez Costabal,
Cristóbal Rodríguez Costabal,
What happens when two gay men in a disintegrating relationship leave the big city to spend some time alone, together in nature? Is it possible for nature to reveal the truth, their true ... See full summary »
Explores the romance between Hank, a nice Jewish boy who definitely isn't looking for love, and Kurt, a Midwestern guy who desperately needs someone to break up the monotony of his stale ... See full summary »
It is a film about the carnival in Rio de Janeiro, with bodies that dance, talk and get excited. The city becomes a jungle and everything is allowed. It is an explicit carnival with penises... See full summary »
Sex and drugs- getting hooked and getting off- can be addicting. For Drew, eking out a mundane life in Waterville, Maine, it is resisting the illicit pleasure in New York; for Mistress ... See full summary »
Two moments of Jonas's life intertwine, each reflecting the other: in 1995, when he was a secretive teenager, and 18 years later, as an attractive and impulsive thirty-something looking for balance in his life.
Against the backdrop of an ongoing socio-economic collapse, a disillusioned mother of three is trapped in a vicious circle of terrible decisions and sharply ruthless actions. What can drive a perfectly normal individual to great extremes?
Frank Ripploh is a bit of a rascal: he's a bearded and shaggy-haired teacher, and he's gay with a very active sex life and an interest in making films. He keeps his personal life and ... See full summary »
Todd Verow returns to a similar format as previous movie: The End of Cruising. And again we cross around the various gay capitals of the world, most prominently Berlin and New York. This time various encounters between (mostly homosexual) people looking for lust and love are very much so visually narrated. The stories follow one another in sequence and are only vaguely connected. Sometimes we merely see the characters preparing to meet someone, or returning from a one night stand, all without uttering a single word. In others of its vignettes they speak more, but it is noticeable that there is a lot less dialogue, as this is only of secondary importance. It is all about body language in this film; not only between two or more persons, but also in the way a character emotes his true self on their own, and thereby revealing all the more about themselves to us the viewer.
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