Young Lucas (Paulo Sousa) lives with his religious Aunt Lourdes (Juliana Zancanaro) in a quiet country town. He helps his aunt promote religious thing with the region’s beatas in the living room by playing the biblical songs on his keyboard. But this little blissful life is soon to change when the charitable aunt announces the arrival of another nephew, Mario (Thiago Cazado), just out of jail. The clash of reality between the cousins would only be summoned up in embarassing situations, were it not for the unexpected attraction that ends up happening among the boys.
R | 1h 47min | Drama, Romance | 26 April 2015 (USA)
After learning she only has three months to live, Morgan flips her conservative protected life upside down. That is where she meets Jordan, a rebellious gender-defying artist, who takes her on the adventure of a lifetime.
David (Damian Joseph Quinn), just came home from college, but his parents let their newly hired farm hand, Brent (Cooper Stone), to stay in his room. The attraction is there, but somehow, both of them have been sizing each other up.
The Boy Who Jumped Out 2016
Drengen der sprang ud (The boy who was gay) (original title) Short, Drama | 20 May 2016 (Denmark)
At first sigh, not convincing film. Because all seems reduced at the traits of a superficial sketch. At the second – a precise portrait for the condition of gay teenager, rejected by family. All is simple. And that is the virtue of the film. Because the tragedy of Henning life is familiar to the public of film. A public who knows more and, using his experiences, din not ignores the essence of this deep drama. In rest, nice performances, low budget and decent work.
An employee at a LGBT crisis hotline receives a disturbing phone call from a man who is claiming he is going to commit suicide after he has told his story of how he decided to take such drastic action.