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Sin Destino: Without Destiny

Sin Destino: Without Destiny
$155.27

In this portrait of life on the streets of Mexico City, a young hustler finds himself changed by his involvement in brutally, violent acts.

David's Birthday

David's Birthday
$66.67

A group of old friends rent a magnificent Italian seaside villa to spend the summer together. Their happy reunion changes, however, when Shary and Diego s son shows up. Amazingly handsome, David (real-life Armani model Thyago Alves) attracts everyone s attention. Even happily married psychiatrist Matteo (Massimo Poggio) finds himself drawn to the young man, although he carefully hides this from his wife (Maria de Medeiros). Soon a dangerous tension builds up, although the friends pretend nothing is wrong. Before it ends, this vacation will indelibly mark all of their lives.

Little Vera

Little Vera
$64.69

Natalya Negoda stars as Vera, a sultry and sullen woman, torn between her brooding lover and bitter parents. After meeting Sergei at an underground dance party, Vera’s life is turned upside down. Not so much by Sergei, but by the whirrling torrent of conflict her sexual freedom causes. Russian with English Subtitles

Looking for Cheyenne

Looking for Cheyenne
$61.47

Cheyenne( Mila Dekker), a young unemployed journalist whose welfare payments have been cut off, decides to leave Paris to live a marginal life in the country "off the grid." Sonia, the woman she loves, and a physics and chemistry teacher at a Parisian high school, tells Cheyenne she cannot give up her connection to modern Society. She tries her best to forget Cheyenne, but it’s not easy. How do we reconcile what we want with what we’re actually able to do, what we think and how we act? How do we cope with a person we love and yet have to refuse? Looking for Cheyenne is a contemporary fable about the precarious states created by modern society, the need for change and the power of love.

Valentn

Valentn
$39.99

From the co-writer of Km. 0 and Amor de Hombre comes this twisted, dark Spanish comedy/drama. A theater company is rehearsing Shakespeare using male actors in the traditional way — for all the roles — male or female. When the director’s wife dies suddenly he develops an obsession with the beautiful lead actor Valentin with disastrous consequences. Valentin is a self-absorbed young man intent on charming those around him. When the slightly older man, who Valentin replaces, decides to seek revenge, the film becomes a passionate tale of jealousy and revenge. (Spanish with English subtitles)

Army of Crime [Blu-ray]

Army of Crime [Blu-ray]
$34.95

In Paris, 1941, Armenian poet Missak Manouchian leads a motley crew of foreign-born resistance fighters in clandestine battle against the Nazi occupation. An initially reluctant Manouchian and his team must resort to guerilla tactics and radical measures in the name of liberty. News of their daring attacks, including the assassination of an SS general, eventually reaches Berlin, and the Manouchian group ultimately have to answer for their brutal role in defending France as the cradle of freedom. SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE: Interview with Director Robert Guediguian, Interviews with stars Simon Abkarian and Virginie Ledoyen, Trailers and more! OFFICIAL SELECTION: CANNES FILM FESTIVAL, THE NEW YORK TIMES-CRITICS PICK!

Army of Crime

Army of Crime
$29.95

In Paris, 1941, Armenian poet Missak Manouchian leads a motley crew of foreign-born resistance fighters in clandestine battle against the Nazi occupation. An initially reluctant Manouchian and his team must resort to guerilla tactics and radical measures in the name of liberty. News of their daring attacks, including the assassination of an SS general, eventually reaches Berlin, and the Manouchian group ultimately have to answer for their brutal role in defending France as the cradle of freedom. SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE: Interview with Director Robert Guediguian, Interviews with stars Simon Abkarian and Virginie Ledoyen, Trailers and more! OFFICIAL SELECTION: CANNES FILM FESTIVAL, THE NEW YORK TIMES-CRITICS PICK!

Eleven Men Out

Eleven Men Out
$29.95

The star player of Icelands top soccer team causes controversy when he admits to being gay to his team mates and then goes on a journey to discover himself (with the help of the local press). He soon finds himself ostracized by his team and decides to call it quits to join a small amateur league made up of gay men trying to play football in a straight, macho world of sports.

My Fair Son

My Fair Son
$29.95

A father and son test the binds of family From ground breaking gay Chinese film maker Cui Zi en (Feeding Boys, Ayaya, Star Appeal) comes a tender and touching tale about a father and son trying to reconcile their separate lives. Ray, a tall, thin and handsome young man returns to live with his father after having grown up with grandfather. He is angry and disconnected over his father s middle class life style and hard line ways. Ray enrolls in art school where he makes a new friends and starts a relationship with a another student. One morning, Dad discovers the two young men naked in bed and, after being surprised, must begin to understand his own feelings toward homosexuality. Then Ray meets Bo, one of his dad s top employees. From the start, sparks fly and Ray falls in love. But Bo is to be married, how will the two connect and what will Ray s father think? Brilliantly shot, this art house film shows gay life in China in a different light than ever before.

Stealth

Stealth
$29.95

Directed by Lionel Baier (Garçon Stupide) this sweet, oddball story deftly shuffles between sex, family love and adventure with comedic grace. From all outward appearances, Lionel is a happy gay man with a great career and a modern, open minded family who accepts his devoted lover Serge as one of their own. Then Lionel discovers he has Polish ancestors. Suddenly he s immersing himself in all things Polish: food, language, etc. Things really heat up when he meets a pretty Polish immigrant facing deportation and decides to marry her. Taking charge, Lucy (Lionel s sister) borrows Lionel s company car for a road trip to Poland to discover the family roots. Once there, Lionel rediscovers his seemingly lost homosexuality with the handsome Polish boy, Stan, and along the way, he finds the true meaning of family.

Ma Saison Super 8

Ma Saison Super 8
$29.95

Paris, 1968. After a failed attempt to gain national acceptance for gay rights Marc finds himself adrift, dealing with the joys and agonies of being gay at a time when homosexuals had no place in society. In a park pick up, he meets Andre and they begin a relationship that will last off and on for the next three years. Andre is a small town factory worker who is not sure of his own sexuality. He turns to Marc to fill a need he knows he has, but sticks to his claim that he will marry later in life. Their passion is heated but is also tempered by Marc s fierce advocacy for gay rights, a fight that will lead him to butt heads with his father, a Paris police officer. Made as an homage to the FHAR, the Front Homosexual d Action Révolutionnaire, the first gay rights movement if France, Ma Saison Super 8 is a touching testimony of an important moment of contemporary French history

Sex in Chains (Gay-Themed Films of the German Silent Era)

Sex in Chains (Gay-Themed Films of the German Silent Era)
$28.87

Brimming with visual invention and breathless erotic angst, Sex in Chains uniquely combines gorgeous cinematic craftsmanship with bold subject matter. Made at the peak of the German silent era, Sex in Chains defines the Weimar era artistic freedom that would shortly fall prey to the Nazis. An astonishing mixture of love story, socially conscious expose and lurid melodrama, Sex in Chains assuredly balances tender romance with candid erotica and uninhibited imagination with crisp realism. It’s maybe the best silent film of its director and star Wilhelm Dieterle. he later became successful in Hollywood as William Dieterle, directing classics like The Life of Emile Zola and A Portrait of Jennie. When Sommer (William Dieterle) accidentally kills a nightclub patron caught harassing his wife Helene (Mary Johnson), he’s sentenced to three years in prison. Inside prison, Sommer grapples with the realities of men separated from women but not from temptation, while outside Mary longs for her husband’s reassuring caress. Denied the physical comfort promised in their marriage vows, the young newlyweds are driven to risk their future and find release where they can – Sommer in the arms of a handsome fellow prisoner and Helene with the boss whose kindness becomes her only solace. Remarkably at ease with his taboo subject matter, director Dieterle depicts the hothouse passions of Sex in Chains with ravishing black and white photography. Actor Dieterle gives a restrained, honest performance as a traditionally-minded young husband forced to test his marriage and his very sexuality. Though censored after its 1928 release, Sex in Chains has been restored to its original state-of-the-silent-film-art brilliance by the Filmmuseum Muenchen and is presented here for the first time on DVD.

Unspoken Passion (Sikil)

Unspoken Passion (Sikil)
$27.99

An almost perfect friendship, but will love tear it apart? Two boys grow up together bound by the love that only comes from years spent frolicking as children and teens. Enzo, smaller and more effeminate already knows who he loves. Adong, tall and strong is his attraction and has been since they were boys. But not all boys are alike and so when Adong elopes Enzo is crushed. Five years later, Enzo has moved to Manila and like so many before him is working in the sex trade. Still young and beautiful he has no trouble earning a great living. Then one night, he is required to do a live on-stage act with another boy, one he as not met yet. Will the love of their lifetime find a way? Or will it tear them apart?

Bear Cub

Bear Cub
$26.98

An amusing and touching film about reinterpreting the idea of "family," Bear Cub tells the engaging story of Pedro (José Luis García-Pérez), an attractive gay dentist living an active single life in Madrid. He offers to take care of his adorable 9-year-old nephew Bernardo (the remarkable David Castillo) for two weeks while the child’s mother travels abroad with her latest "hippie" boyfriend. When Mom suddenly becomes detained in India, however, Pedro must become the boy’s caretaker. And to further complicate matters, the boy’s grandmother begins a custody battle for the child. Never overly sentimental or sensational, director Miguel Albaladejo (Manolito Four-Eyes) has crafted a funny and charming audience pleaser that inspired the Chicago Tribune to proclaim the film "striking and refreshing."

Glue

Glue
$26.95

In this comedy/drama set in a small town in vast, empty Patagonia, the gawky Lucas, a 15-year-old time bomb of hormones, boredom and family alienation, hangs out with his hunky best friend Nacho and bespectacled, mousey, gal pal Andrea. The threesome cope with the trials of burgeoning adolescence by getting high and getting off, mostly, in variations, with each other.

Chill Out

Chill Out
$24.99

A woman must compete with her friend for the love of a man — it’s not an unusual story, but this drama from Germany puts a new spin on the situation. Anna (Tatjana Blacher) is a woman in her early 30s who has a normal appetite for sex, but can’t stand the idea of involvement or attachment. Consequently, her love life consists of a long series of one night stands with anonymous pick-ups. Anna becomes friendly with Johann (Sebastian Blomberg), a gay burglar who has had one too many run-ins with the law and wants to get out of the racket. Anna invites Johann to stay at her apartment, and they enjoy a close but platonic relationship. One night, Anna meets Max (Barnaby Metschurat) at a club and is immediately attracted to him. However, unlike the other men she’s been with, Anna finds to her surprise that she wants to see Max again. Max moves in with Anna, but she soon finds that she has a rival for Max’s affections — Johann. Chill Out was shown in the "Panorama" series at the 2000 Berlin Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Raspberry Reich

Raspberry Reich
$24.99

Canadian sexploitation filmmaker Bruce LaBruce goes to Germany to write and direct the satire Raspberry Reich, inspired by real-life ’70s radical group the Baader-Meinhof gang. East German dominatrix Gudrun (Susanne Sachsse) leads a revolutionary gang of her own in Berlin. She has her men kidnap the son of a rich businessman in order to gain publicity. Claiming that heterosexuality is a social norm created to keep the people down, she forces her male minions to have sex with each other. Raspberry Reich was shown at the Sundance Film Festival as part of the midnight screenings. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi

The Exterminating Angels

The Exterminating Angels
$24.99

Francios is a filmmaker who aims to study and document the sensuality of women. What he expected to be an objective exploration quickly becomes a difficult confrontation with emotion, temptation, jealousy, and lust. As his femals subjects reveal intense emotional and sexual satifaction, their effect on Francios and each other is immesuarble, and Fancios’ attempt to understand women threatens to unravel him.


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