Directed by Simon Shore this dramatic, romantic gay themed movie. Shot in a British high school, the story revolves around teenagers. Just when you think you have had enough of teenage love stories Get Real will prove you otherwise. It follows a web of relationships and desires popular with teenagers in high school. It brings to surface complications caused by hidden gay desires to unsuspecting jocks in school.
Sixteen year old, Steven, normal teenager less a burning desire towards one of his schoolmates. He keeps his desire secret because it happens to be the unsuspecting school’s top athlete. John Dixon. Steven is in the closet and hasn’t divulged to anyone his sexual orientation nor desires till this first love. He takes up his overweight, best friend, Feisty Linda and confides in her, his inner most gay sexual fantasies with John. Turns out Feisty has her own desires and their perfect worlds are rocked when Steven is approached by a girl, who has had a crush on him. John realizes Steven’s attention on him too.
A Max Mitchell directed and written gay themed movie. A Dramatic, hilarious and very modern movie it is. The gay family drama film follows the lives of a gay couple who want to add one to their family unit via adoption. A happy professional couple; a gay couples counselor, Phil and a Lawyer, Eric decide to engage a caseworker to start the process of adoption.
They try out their hand at a set of troublesome brothers so as to prepare themselves of the future responsibilities. This unexpectedly strains their relationship and they struggle to keep their home afloat. Complications kick in when the boys’ alcoholic mother comes back demanding to reclaim her children.
A French Gay themed drama movie written and directed by Lionel Baier. Loic, is an eighteen year old young man who realizes his physical attributes all too well. He works in a chocolate factory by day and seeks to discover and satisfy his sexuality by night.
He moves through gay dating sites, gay clubs looking for random gay sex in the night time. In his journey of self-expression and discovery his world is shaken to its core by a series of events: first off is the death of his best friend by suicide and caught in a car accident and subsequent hospitalization reuniting him with his parents. Not mentioning the growing affection of an older man whose love for him has only grown since the first time.
Directed by Todd Verow, Frisk as a gay themed movie proves to not fall in the ‘general’ section. The movie has proved to be one of a kind with the theme cutting too close to obscene scenes. The gay themed movie is of a disturbed individual narrating his own life, struggling with different desires within himself.
He seeks thrills and finds them in the most sadistic means possible, killing his mostly gay victims. He develops a relationship and in its most intimate form kills his lovers in a twisted fantasy to get close to them. Gory scenes and drugged out hunks being sodomized, tied up and killed highlighted in the film has earned it a blacklist status in the UK.
Written and Directed by Todd Haynes the gay themed movie is set in a calm stable 50’s family setting. The Whitakers have everything pertaining to a good life available to them. Cathy is a beautiful wife, mother and homemaker married to a successful executive of a television advertising company. Cathy’s well-knit world begins to crumble when a call to the police station gets through; apparently Frank, her husband, has been exploring a ring of underground gay bars.
He admits to her of his confused gay sexuality when caught making out with a gay man in his office. Things get bad when Frank strikes her when he’s unable to make love to her. She spirals and sparks off a relationship with their black gardener Raymond. In a world filled with racism and discrimination the perfect family is rocked to its core. Watch as heartbreak, racism and gayism web into the perfect family.
A powerful gay themed movie written and directed by Gary Wicks. The movie goes by the social rule ‘Sex is Currency’ Tom is dragged into a world of sex and narcotics. He finds himself helpless under the stewardship of George Norris, who seems to be a violent sadistic guy valuing nothing but money. Tom is often forced to have gay sex with his narcotic clients lest he crosses Norris off his payment.
His street gay life turns even more complex as Norris works with local police to foster his business. One cop in particular is Dunston, who proves problematic and savage to Tom. His prayers for freedom come answered when Norris is killed in his house, he run with his neighbours’ help. The chase begins, running from Dunston and his past all the while dealing with his personal battles and sexual identity.
A Ken Olin directed movie is intense and runs deep into family feuds. Normal family and home, the movie pulls you into the web of their lives. Acted by the popular Jim Carrey, playing as Tim, the alcoholic deadbeat brother, one of three siblings; Karen and Matt.
Matt comes from his college in hand with his fiancée Allison. He’s later involved in a car crash only to admit while in hospital that it was his suicide attempt caused by his double life due to his being gay and closeted. With his coming out the family breaks apart bringing past issues to the forefront. Lisa, their mother is in denial of the issues affecting her family. Karen is pregnant and is planning to abort in fear of her dysfunctional family, to Tom’s (her husband) dismay.
A Ray Yeung’s masterpiece surfaces the self-reflection experienced by most of us in their mid-life. The gay themed movie depicts two Gay men of Chinese and American origin. The gay theme starts out as Mel and Ash attend an old Gay mutual friend’s, Gavin, burial. Having led a colourful and carefree gay life the friends realized they had nothing much to show for it all, no family nor long-time friends.
The two gay friends realize they had one less friend alive. Their gay mid-life crisis deepens when the two friend hear of Gavin’s secrets from his undercover gay life. The two are drowned into self-reflection and seek out some kind of meaning. Mel grows insecure of his plastic surgery to maintain his looks and starts sleeping with every gay man he meets, Ash turns the tables and tries out life as a transvestite to lure his own knight in shining armour.
Written and Directed by Stewart Wade, Coffee Date has rocked enough to make it to one of the highlighted gay movies on this list. Hilarious gay movies as these are a gem and bring forth the intricate details with which Gays live in our society. The gay movie follows the story of two brothers and a random gay man. Tod and Barry are brothers loving and caring for each other, it all starts off when Barry gets worried of his brother’s loveless life.
He intervenes to organize a dating joke on him, he engages a confident gay man, Kelly to pose as a girl and go out with his brother. Todd goes out confidently only to discover the nicely crafted ruse, he decides to play along and catch Barry in his own web. Todd and the new gay man ‘partner’ start hanging out in front of Barry and the mother. Unknown to them their fondness was growing a little too much until everyone including Todd started doubting his gay status and sexuality.
A Harmage Kalirai directed gay movie of Indian Decent. The movie’s gay theme follows the social structure of an Indian family and their expectation for their son. The gay movie is comical and hilariously set to bring out an un-foreseen a gay angle in an otherwise traditional family. Asian Jimi is from such a family with overbearing parents obsessed with seeing to their family’s prosperity.
A sequence of occurrences leads to his parents arranging an arranged union with a childhood family friend’s daughter. He is ambushed over the dinner table with the news of his impending marriage. He seeks to come out of the closet and purposes to come clean on his wedding day. Jack, his boyfriend, is supportive and his motivation to come out and go against the grain.
A Mexican gay drama film written and directed by Julian Hernandez debuting his career as a gay romance writer. As far as gay love triangles go, Broken Sky has clearly drawn such. Based on the story of three young gay students; Gerardo, Jonas and Sergio. It starts off with Gerardo, a sensitive man deeply in love with long-time boyfriend Jonas. Jonas though seems unpredictable and erratic as he falls in love with a total stranger; they met in a local nightclub and Jonas couldn’t help his infatuation with the stranger.
Gerardo has his heart broken by that move and mourns. He turns to yet another gay friend, Sergio. Sympathetic and understanding he offers Gerardo a shoulder to cry on. Despite the heartbreak Gerardo can’t seem to stop himself from loving the passionate Jonas. Their mutual love seems strong and unending creating gay love triangles.
Under the directorship of Wenn V. Deramas this awesome Gay Movies has perfectly brought to surface one of nature’s craziest paradox. Gay social Paradox that is exposed by the gay themed movie brings forth the challenges a family goes through with a gay son. The Gay movie focuses on the lives of two twins, one happens to be a gay twin to his straight brother.
Brando and Brandy are born twins, similar and identical until they realized their different sexual orientation. Brandy is the gay twin and Brandon the straight one, loving each other but as they grow their sibling rivalry takes a gay angle. Brandon grows loathsome towards his gay brother with time not understanding why his brother is as he is. An accident befalls Brandy and his business falls in danger of crumbling, Brandon is in a dilemma to play his identical brother to safeguard his gay brother’s interests.
A Bob Fosse directed movie set out in Germany with a backdrop of the Nazi party rising in popularity. The film follows the life of a young America dancer performing at a club called KIT KAT KLUB, Sally Bowles. Brian Roberts, moves in with Sally as he completes his doctorate.
Despite Brian’s previously failed relationships with three girls and Sally’s suspicions of Brian being Gay, they become lovers. Sally makes a new friend Maximilian Von Heune, a rich playboy baron. Max seems to seduce the both of them and it’s not until he leaves for Argentina that they realize that they had both had sexual encounters with him. They kiss and make up and their momentary peace is dented by news of Sally’s pregnancy, without her being sure of the father.
The Nazi party is polarizing the political state of the nation, her pregnancy and complicated love life, Sally’s life grows complex.
Directed by Ange Lee adapted from a short story from 1997 by Annie Proulx. The gay themed movie garnered the Golden Lion and Venice Film Festival awards among other. It has been highly commended as one of the most sought after Gay Movie. It follows the intricate details of a complex emotional and sexual relationship between Ennis and Jack. It starts when Ennis and Jack get a job as sheep herders by a Joe in the Wyoming Mountain.
One night after a drinking spree Jack makes a move at Ennis who plays along and a gay spark is initiated. Slowly they develop a gay emotional and sexual relationship dotted with fights and passion. Their summer is cut short and they part ways regretfully, Ennis goes off and marries, Jack comes back the following summer but Joe denies his work request having seen the two on the mountain previously. The two secret gay men in relationships have their marriage lives wane out of existence and in bitter divorce.
Seeking out temporary gay escorts and meaningless gay relationships seems their new norm. They seem to want to reach out to each other even in their lost state. A little nudging from Jack and an on and off relationship is developed with the two meeting for gay escapades regularly. The two star crossed gay lovers find their forked paths when Ennis receives a post card he had sent to Jack stamped ‘DECEASED’.
A Takashi Miike/Shiro Sasaki Japanese gay-themed movie. Jun confesses to the murder of Shiro in an all-male detention facility. The film follows the investigation of the heinous act.
We are switched from scenes of workers and other boys in police interviews, with a healthily descriptive range of flash backs of Jun and Shiro from their past.
A symbolic visual movie contrasting the all too common investigative movies.
Director Jennie Livingston did it and exploded the idea of Gay clubbing from the 80’s. With this perfectly shot movie details the flashy and popular trend in the error.
Scenes are picked from the all too flamboyant runway on which contestants walk and flaunt their beauty in different categories. A set of judges seat at the front of the whole situation and award contestants marks depending on their category of participation.
More like the new popular and modernized movie ‘Leave it on The Floor’ where such a setup is pulled off exemplary.
Eric McNally, a former professional Hockey player retires from competitive sports and settled into sports news. He lives a double life, secretly away from everyone but his assistant Nula. He lives with his long-time boyfriend Sam.
Sam is a sports lawyer also privately gay, their all too perfect life-setting is shaken when Sam brings in Scot. Scot proofs a handful. Recently made an orphan after his mother died of an overdose, and left Scot to Billy, Sam’s deadbeat brother.
Scot doesn’t appreciate the privacy his new home flourishes on, he dresses up, applies make-up and even wears some of his mother’s attires. Eric attempts to connect to the young man flexing his paternal muscle.
A Neil Jordan’s gay themed movie following the life of a peculiar Patrick ‘Kitten Braden. Braden’s life gets complicated from the very beginning when his mother drops him off at a local house where his father lived before leaving town never to look back.
He then drops off to unloving foster families who kick him out as soon as they see him donning a girl’s dress and lipstick despite biologically being a boy. The family kicks the abominable boy out of their home to a friend’s home.
He grows into a young quiet but confused boy with crushes and loves that don’t quite pen out. He soon leaves the small town to London to seek better acceptance by the town and to seek his long lost mother.
A Sean Mathias gay-themed film shot at the height of Nazi supremacy. Max is a homosexual at odds with his wealthy family. He enrages his boyfriend, Rudy, by bringing an SA man.
Hitler’s Night of Long Knives, a campaign to rid of Jews and Gays in Berlin. Max refuses family help to flee and he and his boyfriend are nabbed taken to Dachau. Rudy is beaten to death as Max saves himself by denying being Gay.
He is taken to a concentration camp where he falls in love with Horst who proudly wears pink jumpsuit in a bid to live openly as a free Gay man.
A David Morris drama film. In pursuit of Love and the elusive Mr Right, the story of six Gay men is laid out. Tom lives with his very handsome Lars, a boy toy of sorts who he prefers calling ‘househusband’ against his friends’ better judgment meanwhile Lars gets by as cocky as ever.
William a rugby player and also single father to an adorable nine year old struggles with creating a stable Gay family and introducing his latest catch William, an actor.
Harry, a producer dates the all-time insecure Alex also an aspiring actor who feels out of place with the celebrities in the group. On the outskirts of the friends we are introduces Louise dating Paul from an online platform to complete the maze of complexity; that is searching for Mr. Right.