ASIAN QUEER SHORTS
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A sexy compilation of the best of Asian shorts from Frameline featuring:
Director Lucky Kuswandi 2005 15 min Indonesia / USA No Dialogue
In this beautifully contemplative short, an isolated gay teenager (Jason Woo) runs away from home to escape the idle stillness of his life and make sense of his relationship to his absent father. Desperate for human connection, he aimlessly roams the empty streets of a small beach town.
LAST FULL SHOW
Director Mark Reyes 2005 18 min Philippines Tagalog with English Subtitles
A young boy from a wealthy family sneaks into a movie theater, meeting a man who becomes his mentor and first crush. Together they experience life’s simple pleasures—bus rides, street vendors and companionship.
DISSOLUTION OF BODIES
Director Kevin Choi 2007 13 min USA
During one intense night of intellectual and physical passion, two stranger attempt to defy the fleeting nature of desire. Will their forbidden union create a lasting romance or just another one night stand?
A CRIMSON MARK
Director Hyun-Jin Park 2004 13 min South Korea Korean with English Subtitles
Set during the Chosun Dynasty during a political shift in power, a Chancellor falls in love with a clerk as the Academy debates the authority of the child King’s stepmother.
Director Raymond Yeung 1998 26min United Kingdom
A chance encounter with his new Chinese neighbor turns Monty’s search for his “white knight” upside down. Denying his unfamiliar feelings of attraction for an Asian man, he tries desperately, and awkwardly, to find the “perfect” man, but cannot escape a long overdue look at his own inferiority complex. With much humor and a dash of camp, Yellow Fever is an offbeat portrayal of gay Chinese subculture in a European-dominated society.