Mark has been with his boyfriend Jonah for 3 years. When Mark receives news of his father's death, cracks begin to show between the two. Jonah suggests Mark go back on anti-depressants, but Mark makes an appointment with a couple's counselor instead. When exercises fail to work, Mark caves and begins to take medication. Things improve until Mark has a severe panic attack. At therapy, mark questions if he truly loves Jonah anymore. returning home, he is confronted by his estranged sister. mark re-connects with her and considers being a part of his family again. At a final therapy session, Mark ends the relationship. Months later, they meet at their friends wedding, where Mark expresses his gratitude for their time together. DVD EXTRAS include Cast Auditions, Cast Interviews, Festival Footage.
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Daniel Krueger is a young successful TV journalist who is deeply haunted by his past. Suffering from panic attacks and paranoia, Daniel spends most of his days wishing he were someone else. He meets a young man named Alexander who is everything he wishes he could be: confident, carefree, and beautiful. As the two develop a relationship, Daniel realizes his mind may be more powerful than he thought.
A handsome, successful fashion photographer (Melvil Poupaud) learns that he has a malignant brain tumor that will soon kill him. Hiding his diagnosis, he alienates his family and his young boyfriend, but during a short stay with his grandmother (Jeanne Moreau), his vulnerability is met with a big heart and sound advice. A chance encounter with a roadside cafe waitress (Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi) results in an unusual bargain that provides a happy, playful dimension to the proceedings. Director Francois Ozon (Swimming Pool, 8 Women) has made a film that is at once ironically funny and emotionally gripping. TIME TO LEAVE was a selection in the Cannes Film Festival and the Toronto Film Festival, 2005.
From the creator of TV's NOAH'S ARC, PUNKS tells the tale of 4 gay African-American friends in L.A.- shy, virginal photographer Marcus (Seth Gilliam), outgoing lethario Hill (Dwight Ewell), hot-to-trot rich kid newbie Dante (Renoly Santiago), and fabulous drag diva Crystal (Jazzmun). When the hunky Darby (Rockmond Dunbar) moves in next door to Marcus, the foursome wonder if the seemingly straight music producer might be bendable when Marcus strikes up a close friendship with the new neighbor. Meanwhile, Hill struggles in the aftermath of a breakup with his French husband (Rudolf Martin); young Dante struggles to find himself; and diva Crystal deals with the trials of having a high-profile, closeted celebrity boyfriend. Featuring fierce drag queen performances choreographed by Emmy-award winning choreographer Marguerite Derricks and costumed by renown designer Linda Stokes (Missy Elliott, Janet Jackson, Mary J. Blige, etc.) all set to the tune of a vintage Sister Sledge disco soundtrack- PUNKS is an award-winning and groundbreaking romantic comedy. Premiered at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival in 2000; nominated for an Independent Spirit Award (2001) and a GLAAD Award (2001), and winner of the Outstanding Emerging Talent Award at LA's Outfest Film Festival (2000) & Best American Independent Feature Film at the Cleveland International Film Festival (2000).When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standa...
Their love was forbidden... When Nathan (Stephan Bender), a shy and introverted teenager, moves next door to the charismatic Roy (Max Roeg), the boys strike up an immediate friendship as high school study partners. But as they grow physically attracted to each other, the two must keep their desires secret or face violent backlash from their rural backwoods community. Based on the novel by Jim Grimsley.
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