An American Hate Crime 2018
Not Rated | 1h 32min | Drama | 7 October 2018 (USA)
Jake (Daniel Byrne) a college drop out along with his friends decide to take their homophobia to a whole other level when when they decide to download a gay oriented social media app where they would lure and attack innocent victims. Noah ( Dylan Hartman). a just coming to terms gay teen doesn’t know who to talk to about his feelings and turns to the same social media app the attackers use on their prey. Told from both perspectives of the main characters and a chilling conclusion that will alter everyone’s lives forever.
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.
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.
1h 31min | Comedy, Sport | 7 September 2001 (Canada)
In a Japanese high school, a class of adolescent geeks joins the new synchronized swimming teacher and takes up the challenge to take part in the competition, in spite of the mockeries of the “real sportsmen”.
Permanent Green Light 2018
1h 31min | Drama | 8 May 2019 (France)
Unlike other teenagers, Roman doesn’t seem interested in sports or drugs, girls or boys. He’s neither nihilist, religious, depressive or suicidal. His goal is to vanish, dying is unimportant and he’s only interested in the act’s spectacular effect. But please, don’t misinterpret it as a death.
On Christmas Day, DAVID, 15, finds out that his boyfriend, JONATHAN, 17, has taken another lover. The discovery leads him on the brink of depression making him think of ways to have him back at all cost. He has invited Jonathan to see him on this day for the last time. And through the frenzy of his preparations prior to meeting Jonathan, we will discover his traits and personality; the ‘worlds’ he lives in – virtual and real; and, we will witness how he prepares for his most unique shout-out that he will make not only on his Facebook wall, but, in his life.