The Sadness of Mrs. Snajdrova 2008
Smutek paní Snajderové (original title)
1h 44min | Drama, Romance | 14 March 2008 (Albania)
It is 1961 and an Albanian student (Nik Xhelilaj) of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, together with a group of Czech students, is shooting his graduate movie on a motorcycle factory, in the small market-town of Cesky Sternberk, in then Czechoslovakia. Coming from a country that is completely isolated from the rest of Europe, he is fascinated by the lifestyle, society and “erotic exuberance” of the Czech golden youth, yet feeling strong links with his family in his homeland. He falls in love with a married woman (Anna Geislerová), the wife of a police superintendent (Paolo Buglioni) and is insecure about his future.
1h 22min | Drama | 2 November 2017 (South Korea)
Actor Jae-Ha (Park Sung-Woong) is cast for the two-man stage play “Unchain.” Also cast for “Unchain” is idol star Young-Woo (Oh Seung-Hoon). Young-Woo is not enthused about appearing in the stage play. At first, the two men do not get along. As they get more immersed in the characters they play and the gay-themed story, the two men develop unexpected feelings. Meanwhile, Hee-Won (Yoon Seung-Ah) is a Jae-Ha’s girlfriend. She has a strange feeling about the relationship between Jae-Ha and Young-Woo.
Twisted Romance 2008
Vil romance (original title)
Unrated | 1h 43min | Drama, Romance | 25 November 2009 (France)
A boldly original tale of sexual power, dominance and oddly enough, love, Twisted Romance tells of the explosive relationship between a fragile young man and his volatile 50-year-old lover. Brooding teenager Raúl (Oscar Génova) and the rough-looking Roberto (Nehuén Zapata) meet and have an afternoon fling which turns sexually violent. Despite the age difference and the older man’s controlling nature, the two form an uneasy relationship. But when Raúl becomes involved with a fellow teen, the palpable sense of impending danger becomes even greater. Exploring the darker side of relationships rarely seen in contemporary gay cinema, Twisted Romance is a compelling drama capped with a shocking conclusion.
Green Chair 2005
Noksaek uija (original title)
1h 38min | Drama, Romance | 10 June 2005 (South Korea)
Kim Mun-hee is a 32 year old divorced woman. She eventually engages in an affair with 19 year old Seo-hyun, who considers Kim to be his first love. However, according to Korean law, when it comes to sex, you are not of full age until 20. Kim is arrested and has to spend a few days in prison for seduction of minors, before she is set free and sentenced to do some hours of community service. After being released, the press and Seo-hyun wait for her outside of the prison. Mun-hee and Seo-hyun rent a room and stay there for some time, where they spend almost all of their time having sex. Mun-hee slowly starts to understand that this kind of relationship won’t work forever, and wants to split up with Seo-hyun. But the boy insists that he really loves her, and that he won’t let her go. The two find shelter at the home of a friend of Mun-hee, Jane
1h 49min | Drama | 11 January 2019 (Norway)
Frida is different. Marius, on the other hand is the most perfect boy in class. When they have to work together at school, it’s the start of a turbulent and challenging relationship. Generation Achievement meets impossible love.