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Ekaj 2015

Ekaj 2015

Ekaj 2015
1h 20min | Crime, Drama | November 2015 (USA)

Storyline:

‘Think KIDS meets Midnight Cowboy.’ EKAJ is a film packed with real life drama and a real sense of humor. The film capture’s a naive teen’s runaway journey to one of the most difficult city’s to survive in, New York City. We feel Ekaj (Jake Mestre) as he goes through so much rude awakenings. He meets “Mecca” (Badd Idea) a Cynic Artist/Hustler who takes Ekaj under his care. Mecca is a very funny, foul mouthed character and has multiple problems of his own. He stays at his cousins place and we get glimpses of the fact that he has Aids, since he has tattoos with the word written on his knees. He drinks all day and still manages to be sane and sharp. He is also an opportunistic thief. Their relationship develops into true love and care for each other. At the beginning of the film Mecca is doing ok but as the film progresses he becomes sicker and his medication does not really seem to be working for him. At the same time we see Ekaj becoming stronger and less vulnerable. Ekaj lives for the love of his life, a Painter named “Johnny ” (Scooter LaForge) who has no tolerance and is constantly beating him. “Johnny” seems indifferent and cold towards Ekaj’s desperate love and obsession for him. With no place to really sleep, Ekaj stays during the day with Mecca at his cousin’s place, at Johnny’s place, or at times staying in hotel rooms payed by coins (clients.)

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Gods Own Country 2017

Gods Own Country 2017

Gods Own Country 2017
Unrated | 1h 44min | Drama, Romance | 25 October 2017 (USA)

Storyline:

Spring. Yorkshire. Isolated young sheep farmer Johnny Saxby numbs his daily frustrations with binge drinking and casual sex, until the arrival of a Romanian migrant worker Gheorghe, employed for the lambing season, ignites an intense relationship that sets Johnny on a new path.

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The Black Balloon 2008

The Black Balloon 2008

The Black Balloon 2008
PG-13 | 1h 37min | Drama, Romance | 6 March 2008 (Australia)

Storyline:

Thomas is turning 16. His dad’s in the army and they’ve just moved to a town in New South Wales; his mom is pregnant; his older brother, Charlie, who’s autistic, has his own adolescent sexual issues. Thomas finds Charlie an embarrassment in public, so when Thomas is attracted to Jackie, a girl in his swim class, Charlie presents any number of obstacles when she drops by their house, when the three of them go for a walk, and during a family birthday dinner. Can Thomas find a way to enter the world of teen romance and still be his brother’s keeper, or is Charlie’s disability going to prove more than Thomas can handle?

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Hallam Foe 2007

Hallam Foe 2007

Hallam Foe 2007
R | 1h 35min | Drama, Mystery, Romance | 20 March 2008 (Hungary)

Storyline:

The seventeen year-old Hallam Foe is a weird teenager that misses his mother, who committed suicide by drowning in a lake near their house in Edinburgh after an overdose of sleeping pills. Hallam spends his spare time peeping at the locals and blames his stepmother Verity Foe, accusing her of killing his mother. After a discussion with his father Julius Foe, Hallam sneaks out from his house and travels to Edinburgh, where he sees Kate Breck and becomes obsessed with her because of her resemblance to his mother. Kate hires Hallam to work in the kitchen of the hotel where she works and they have a strange romance, while Hallam reaches his maturity in the hardest way.

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The 4th Floor

The 4th Floor

The 4th Floor
Planta 4ª (original title)
1h 40min | Comedy, Drama, Family | 31 October 2003 (Spain)

Storyline:

Based on writer Albert Espinosa’s own experiences as a teenager in a hospital cancer ward, 4th Floor follows the relationships of a gang of wheelchair-bound teenage boys – “the baldies” – who live together in the cancer ward on the fourth floor of a hospital. The boys all have remarkably positive attitudes, and are determined to defy the misfortune that life has dealt them. There are new patients whose acquaintances are worth making, nurses at whom they can poke fun, a basketball team to run and nightly saunters down the hospital corridors. There’s even love to be found a few floors up! Flipping between comedy and tragedy, this touching tale of friendship manages to remain upbeat despite its grave subject matter.

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