Reminiscent of indie hit Weekend, IN BLOOM is the most realistic depiction of a gay relationship to come out of the US in some time. This witty, intelligent, painfully honest tale is set during one hot Chicago Summer, where two young men fall in love. Add the foreboding threat of a killer on the loose, and this incredibly rich and rewarding film becomes unmissable. Kurt and Paul seem very solid and in love, living large in their home city of Chicago, thanks in part to Kurts successful pot-dealing business. Everything is going their way. But when a sexy young customer makes a play for Kurt, subtle fissures in their relationship and an unsatisfied longing for what they dont have are exposed, threatening their relationship, and possibly their lives.
gay & lesbian
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Take a voyeuristic peek into the lives of 10 gay youths as they enter a world of the odd, the erotic and the supernatural. In Â«Â Forever MineÂ Â», a confused boy seeks a love that will last him a lifetime. A teens long forgotten past leads to his short lived furture in Â«Â A Mind Of Their OwnÂ Â». A Christmas present in the hands of a young voyeur,Â leads to a holiday tale of woe in an Â«Â Unsolved ChristmasÂ Â». And Â«Â The Way To A Mans HeartÂ Â» finds an abused lover getting tasteful revenge from beyond the grave. Every character in this four story anthology is undressed to kill in this humorously twisted Twinkapalooza.
Vampires: Brighter in Darkness tells the sexy tale of Toby Brighter, a cute young Englishman, who after a disastrous relationship, is set up on a blind date by his sister Charlotte. Toby's date, Lucas Delmore, is charming, charismatic, and physically flawless. He is everything Toby could have wished for except the fact that Lucas is a 1500 year old Vampire. Before long, Toby is plunged into the dark world of demons, black magic and the supernatural, where nobody is safe and nothing is what it seems... A UK horror with all the romance and terror of the Twilight series, but with a twist and plenty of sex appeal!
Filipe Matzembacher and Marcio Reolon s richly atmospheric, autobiographically inspired feature debut follows its two main characters on a weekend that will change their relationship forever. Having drifted apart, Martin invites his friend Tomaz to go to southern Brazil, where he is traveling to sort out a family inheritance matter. Tomaz is openly gay yet has never discussed this with Martin. Martin does know, however, and furthermore harbors an attraction for his old friend. Once the two young men arrive at the seaside cottage, inevitably, awkward feelings develop, as they explore the borders between friendship and love.
A four-part anthology film dealing with homosexuality from the young to the old, this feature includes Crush, detailing the budding friendship of a 12-year old girl and a 16-year old boy, who bond over their favorite TV program and musical tastes. The young girl develops a crush on her friend, only to find out that he is gay. When she discovers his interest in another boy around school, she attempts to play matchmaker. The second short, The Mountain King, details a young street hustler who makes a play for a straight man on a deserted beach one afternoon. Through persuasion, the drug-addicted hustler manages to find the inner desires of his new conquest, changing the patterns of his sexual life, if only for a brief while. . . .lost is a look at a day in the life of a young man who is first seen engaging in unsafe sex with a random partner, then shown to be immersed in a world of drugs, anonymous tricks, and eventually HIV. In the final installment, The Confession, a dying Catholic asks his partner of 35 years to send for a priest, even though the partner is greatly opposed to such a request. ~ Jason Clark, Rovi
From Beyonce s creative team! Featuring music by Beyonce music director Kim Burse, and choreography by Beyonce dance master, Frank Gatson Jr., this exuberant musical directed by Sheldon Larry was inspired by the vogueing sensation featured in the 1990 documentary Paris Is Burning, and is an ode to the wild, funky and heart-aching life of this underground subculture. Thrown out of his home by his dysfunctional mother, Brad (Ephraim Sykes) steals her car and travels into Los Angeles where, through a chance encounter, he stumbles into a noisy raucous, chaotic event and meets the ragtag members of the struggling House of Eminence. Initially only looking for a place to sleep (and perhaps someone to sleep with), Brad ends up engaging with the colorful members of the house led by the indomitable house mother Queef Latina (Barbie-Q), herself an aging ball-legend and the fierce protectrice of her family. Laughter, tears, sex sirens, and butch queens up in pumps ensue and remarkably, Brad ends up finding an extraordinary home and loving, caring family in this, the strangest of places.
Reiner and Yosvani are best friends and soccer mates. In order to support his mother, wife and baby, Reiner prostitutes himself to older male foriegners. While the shy Yosvani is reluctantly engaged to a girl and lives with her and her bombastic loan shark father. After sharing a passionate kiss at a nightclub, the two soon succumb to their desires, followed by a lusty rooftop encounter where they quickly fall hard for one another. But as their love intensifies, the challenge is not with them but with the unforgiving outside world they exist in...a world they so desperately want to escape from.