Pipe Dream 2015

Pipe Dream 2015

Pipe Dream 2015
14min | Short, Comedy, Romance | 4 April 2015 (USA)

Storyline:

PETER EPSTEIN-TAKAHASHI is a 16 year-old High School Mock Trial star and resident nerd. After winning a mock-trial competition his girlfriend of two weeks, the decidedly more popular (but equally as witty), LUCILLE, offers to give him the greatest gift that any young man in the cusp of adulthood can possibly receive (blame Cosmo!): his first blow-job. Problem is, Peter has a small dick… or so he thinks. With the support of his hipper-than-hip gay DADS and a vaguely sci-fi-looking penis pump, Peter must use all his tools to measure up against the highly unrealistic expectations of a hyper-masculinized misogynistic society. But as the old cliché goes, sometimes in this world, it’s not the size that matters, it’s definitely how you use it.

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Club Sandwich 2013

Club Sandwich 2013

Club Sandwich 2013
Club sándwich (original title)
R | 1h 22min | Comedy | 21 November 2014 (Mexico)

Storyline:

Hector and his young mother Paloma go on vacation. Out of season their hotel is deserted. They spend their days sitting on the edge of the swimming pool. Then attractive Jazmin arrives and we see how Paloma loses her son to a summer fling.

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Fickende Fische 2002

Fickende Fische 2002

Fickende Fische 2002
1h 44min | Drama | 15 August 2002 (Germany)

Storyline:

“What does your paradise look like, then?” – “Dark. Quiet. Wet. And full of fish.” Jan likes Shakespeare, water and fish. Nina likes roller-skates, cars and brightly dyed hair. Jan loves Nina. Nina loves Jan, but … Do Fish Do It? is a film about first love, the problems of growing up, the vital question if fish have sex and a threat this love is exposed to. 16-year old Jan is absent-mindedly strolling through the streets when he’s run over by roller-skating Nina. As fast as she has stormed into his life, however, she rushes off again. Nina is 15 years old and full of crazy ideas. She lives together with her brother, her father and his new girlfriend. Her mother isn’t in touch much. That’s why there is the unconventional Angel whose own daughter disappeared years ago and who is Nina’s best friend and substitute mother. Jan is a little shy, with a sheltered upbringing. Yet the image of the perfect family is an illusion. Jan feels lonely and the only person who seems to understand him is his grandfather. Jan’s great passion is water and fish for they make him forget about his illness. When Jan tries to carry a newly-acquired fish home safely, Nina bumps into him after another failed attempt to brake. As a result, the fish dies. Nina feels guilty, doesn’t want to let Jan go. Within a short time they get very close and Nina becomes equally fascinated by water and its scaly inhabitants. They start searching for an answer to the question if fish have sex and secretly meet at night to have picnics at the municipal aquarium. This is not without effect, friendship develops into tender love. Jan’s parents, who worry about their son’s health, are against the relationship. Only Jan’s grandfather stands by him and doesn’t begrudge him his happiness. On her birthday Nina learns that her father’s girlfriend is pregnant. Appalled, she flees to Jan. For the first time they end up in bed together. Basically a rather innocent encounter but Jan realizes all of a sudden that he’s dangerous for Nina and will continue to be so. He withdraws into his dream world – “dark, quiet, wet and full of fish”. But Nina won’t give up that easily …

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Maskeblomstfamilien 2010

Maskeblomstfamilien 2010

Maskeblomstfamilien 2010
1h 38min | Drama | 1 October 2010 (Norway)

Storyline:

It’s the summer of 1951 in Oslo. Lillian and Amund Wang are blessed with their first and only child. A boy. Or is it a girl? Outside there’s a solar eclipse, and all the birds stops singing. Young Adrian isn’t getting the operation which might give him the life he deserves in a conservative environment, and the apartment where he grows up becomes a greenhouse for the darkest flowers. Adrian grows up on lies, dying love and shamelessness. At 15 he overhears a conversation between the parents, which makes him attack his parents, and make him dangerous for his surroundings. Adrian takes his shame and guilt, and takes his punishment as a responsibility put upon him.

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