4 Moons tells four stories about love and self-acceptance. An eleven-year-old boy struggles to keep secret the attraction he feels towards his male cousin. Two former childhood friends reunite and start a relationship that gets complicated due the fear one of them has of getting caught. A long-lasting gay relationship is in jeopardy when a third man comes along. An old family man is obsessed with a young male prostitute and tries to raise the money to afford the experience.
A Map For Love is an intimate drama evolving around three main characters: an adult woman, her mother and her female lover. Two days in their lives occur in two opposing settings — everyday life in the demanding metropolis of Santiago, Chile and on a sailboat trip cruising a beautiful bay.
Emiliano looks at his life with the eyes of a film director, mixing the objective reality with the processes of the artistic creation. The story he is filming flounders with his daily life, until his world is trapped in the lens of his camera. Love, sexuality and the true self are all themes explored in the latest from Mexican Auteur Julián Hernández (A Thousand Peace Clouds Encircle The Sky, Broken Sky, Raging Sun, Raging Sky).
This delightful screwball comedy stars the lovely Rosa Maria Sardi (All About My Mother) as Sophia, a concert pianist who has fallen in love with her much younger female colleague, Eliska (Eliska Sorov?) and now must brave the reactions of her supposedly open-minded daughters (smartly performed by a trio of Spain?s finest actresses: Maria Pujalte, Silvia Abascal and Leonor Watling).
Pablo, a shy teenager, meets the slightly older Marco. Together they go on an impromptu road trip to the Mexican desert, a trip that will make them face what they mean to each other. This experience will turn Pablo's life around: his points of view, his strength and his own sexuality. Two guys and a video camera that will record their friendship, struggles and the possibility to find another destiny.
Argentine director Marco Berger re-purposes the conventions of a Shakespeare-styled comedy in his clever, witty and poetic feature film debut. Bruno is dumped by his girlfriend; behind a calm, indifferent expression, his mind plans a cold, sweet vengeance. He befriends her new boyfriend Pablo, with the idea of eroding the couple, either by introducing Pablo to another woman or by seducing him himself. Thus emerges Plan B, a perilous romantic journey that calls his own sexuality into question.