Toast is a 2010 film which is an autobiography of Nigel Slater a once famous British food writer and TV personality who is also gay. The story in the movie is based on his childhood memories.
Nigel is 9 years old. His mother suffers from Asthma and his dad a factory owner has a temper. Nigel hates his mother's cooking. He wishes they could at least buy fresh produce instead of canned. Nigel's mother later dies from the breathing difficulties.
Mrs Potter is hired to assist in the house chores. Nigel does not like her but she is a great cook. In high school Nigel takes up a home economics subject unlike other boys. He begins to cook food and take it home to try and compete with Mrs. Potter who by now is his father's wife. At 16 he begins a part time job cooking at a restaurant where he meets a young man named Stewart. He develops a homosexual crush on Stewart.
Nigel's father dies. He does not want to live with Mrs Potter and so he decides to leave. He goes and seeks a job in a kitchen as a cook. He later grows to be a famous British food writer and TV personality.


Victim is a 1961 gay film about a blackmail ring targeting homosexuals in London. Barrett is a young gay man working at a construction site. He is accused of fictitiously drawing salaries for the last seven months. He goes on the run from police officers. He tries to call a prominent lawyer named Melville Farr. The lawyer declines to talk to him. Eventually police arrest him and they highly suspect he is a victim of blackmail. He however refuses to cooperate and hangs himself in the cell.
Melville Farr is called by police after they find newspaper cuttings of him in Barrett's possessions. He tells officers that he knew Barrett because he worked near and had offered him a lift in his car on several occasions. Barrett's friend Eddy is also interrogated after identifying the body. Eddy later finds a letter meant for Barrett which contains a photograph. The photograph is of Barrett and Farr together in a car. Eddy takes it to Farr. Farr realizes Barrett was a victim of blackmail and is very sad he ignored it. He had thought Barrett wanted to blackmail him. He swears to put to justice the blackmailers.
With the help of Eddy, Farr identifies other gay men who are being blackmailed. By then the British anti sodomy laws meant you could be imprisoned for being gay. Non of the victims wants to accept they are being blackmailed for fear of being exposed or sent to prison. Farr goes for the blackmailer which rocks his marriage apart. Together with police officers they lay a trap for the blackmailers. He decides to sacrifice his law career. His homosexuality will be exposed by the blackmailers in court and he will have to loose his standing in the profession. He chooses to risk and the blackmailers are arrested.


Partners is a 1982 comedy/crime gay movie about two police officers one of whom is gay assigned to investigate a series of murders. Sergeant Benson shows up at the office of his boss chief Wilkins. Behind him is officer Kerwin. Wilkins tells them that they will go undercover as two gay partners to uncover the murder of a gay man. Kerwin is gay and Benson is uneasy with the assignment but he is ordered.
They are given a pink Volkswagen with a flamboyant look. They move into a gay neighborhood and begin interacting with the gay community as they get leads. It is tough and once they are arrested for indecency at a beach. Through associates of the victim they discover there are other unsolved murders.
Benson has to pose for photographs meant for a gay magazine. He falls in love with the lady photographing him. The magazine is published with his photograph on the top cover. Benson begins to sleep with the lady. Kerwin is jealous as he has developed a liking for Benson. Kerwin later discovers that the lady is one of the killers. Benson is too in love to hear Kerwin. The lady is killed by one of her associates who also tries to kill Benson. Kerwin saves Benson.


Speedway Junky is a 1999 gay movie about the relationship between a teenage heterosexual boy and a young hustler. Johnny is a teenager who is supposed to be in school but has run away from home to pursue his dream of becoming a race car driver in Charlotte. He likes gambling and in Las Vegas he gets all his money stolen by a girl while in a casino. He goes into the streets with no money and somewhere to stay. He is approached by a boy in a group who sees him trying to get help from a lady. They chat a little and the boys go their way. In the morning he is picked up by a man who promises to buy him breakfast. After breakfast the man promises him some work for pay at his house. On their way there the man makes homosexual advances at Johnny and he freaks out and leaves the vehicle. He forgets his bag and meets the same boy they had a chat with. The boy's name is Eric and he also knows the old gay man.
Eric introduces Johnny to his friends all of who do illegal things to survive including prostitution. Eric takes Johnny to Veronica's house for the night. He however has a crush on Johnny and tries to kiss him. Johnny is homophobic and freaks out leaving him in the house. In the streets he goes home with a young lady. The lady's boyfriend however finds them and beats Johnny senseless. Johnny is spotted unconscious by Melanie and Kelly who are Eric's friends. They tell Eric who takes him to his house. He wakes up at Eric's house. They go on to develop a tight relationship. Eric makes it clear that he is gay. Johnny insists he is totally straight but is now okay with Eric's homosexuality.
Johnny begins to prostitute himself to women and girls in order to make some money. One day on the streets he gets thrown a packet of drugs by a junky running away from the police. He keeps them at the house. The junky however comes for them after he is released. Johnny however cannot find them. He holds a gun on Johnny and asks Eric to go find him drugs. Eric goes off to Veronica's house and finds her boyfriend's gun unattended. He steals it and goes back to his house to confront the junky. He mistakenly thinks Johnny has been shot and gets into a gun fight with him. He shoots him dead. He also gets injured and dies soon later in Johnny's arms on the street. Johnny runs away.
At a bus station Johnny tries his luck on a gambling machine and gets lucky. He uses the proceeds to buy a bus ticket to Charlotte North Carolina. He manages to get live his dream of racing at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.  


The Sum Of Us is a 1994 Australian gay movie about a father and his gay son who are living together. Harry Mitchell is a widower who lives in the same house with his son Jeff Mitchell. Jeff is gay and out to his dad. He is 24 years old and plays American football. His father does most of the house chores including cooking.
One day Jeff goes out on a Friday night to meet a date. He meets Greg in a gay club. After getting to know each other Jeff asks Greg to go home with him. Greg agrees. Greg is surprised Jeff's father is in the house. Greg is not out to his parents. Harry gets to know Greg as they talk. He even shows him some gay magazines he got for Jeff. Greg later leaves in the night.
Harry has been using a dating service to try and meet a partner. He gets hooked up with Joyce Johnson. They meet and Harry takes her out to different places. Joyce loves Harry's company. Harry proposes but she declines insisting it is too early. On new year night she visits Harry's house for the first time. Jeff is out. She comes across some gay magazines and confronts Harry about it. Harry explains she bought them for Jeff his son because he is gay. She is shocked and upset that Harry is encouraging homosexuality. She is even more upset that Harry hid such important information about his son's sexuality from her. She leaves. Harry sees her driving off after his pleas fail. He stands there until the new year fireworks start blazing. He collapses on the tarmac. He is hospitalized and doctors tell Jeff he suffered a stroke.
Greg attends a gay pride parade. His parents see him dancing in the parade on television. His dad is disgusted. In the morning when he returns his dad confronts him. He is kicked out of the house.
Jeff has to take care of his dad full time because the stroke left him paralyzed. On several occasions he meets Greg. With the father's permission he asks Greg to move in with him.


J. Edgar is a 2011 film about the personal and professional life of John Edgar Hoover the first director of the Federal Bureau Of Investigations who is rumored to have been a closeted gay man. Edgar was obsessed with order since he was young. He had helped organize the library of congress so that books were easier and quicker to find. He had no particular interest in women and lived with his mother.
While working for the Bureau of Investigations he helped arrest and deport communist radicals in USA. He was appointed director of the BOI at a young age. Edgar had no social life. A graduate from his college named Clyde Tolson shows an interest in the job. Edgar is infatuated with him. He also has no interest in women and is very refined. Edgar appoints him his personal assistant.
Edgar manages to centralize all fingerprints from local authorities through lobbying in congress. He also opens the first laboratory to aid in investigations and evidence. He manages to lobby lawmakers pass a law making kidnapping a federal crime after the Lindbergh kidnapping case. He receives some inspiration from his mother especially about his insecurities around women.
Edgar's relationship with Tolson grows. Edgar makes him his overall assistant director at the FBI. One day Edgar tells Tolson about plans to marry a woman. Tolson is upset. He relationship with Edgar is too close for two men and is seen to be of a homosexual nature. Edgar goes with Tolson almost everywhere even dinner. Their friendship thrives as they grow the FBI into a big and respected organization.
When John Edgar Hoover died on May 2 1972, Clyde Tolson resigned from the FBI soon later and inherited his estate. It is believed that Edgar and Tolson were gay lovers. Their graves are near each other at the congressional cemetery.


When I'm Sixty-Four is a British gay movie about two old men who fall in love with each other. Jim is a teacher at a school but has hit the age of 65 which means he has to retire. He has spent almost all his life in that school. He started there as a student at 8 years of age. A man around his age picks him up with a taxi. The man's name is Ray. Jim asks to be taken to a clinic instead of the earlier planned airport. Ray drops him off. Ray arrives home and realizes Jim left his jacket in the car. In it is a diary written things he must do before death. Number one is see the world and number two is fall in love. Ray lost his wife to cancer eight years back. His two children a son and daughter are married with children and come to visit him sometimes. He is however lonely.
Ray takes the jacket to the clinic. The receptionist shows him to Jim's room. He finds Jim was having a nose job done on him. They exchange numbers. Jim calls Ray to take him to his father's house. On arrival they find him collapsed on the lawn. They rush him to hospital. Jim's plans for a trip to Botswana are interrupted by his dad's health.
Ray and Jim continue to bond. Jim has a crisis over his looks and age. He wants to experience life before his death. He takes Ray along for shopping. Jim has saved almost 200,000 pounds because he almost had no expenses while in school. Ray is a football hooligan who is lonely and sad especially after his friend was diagnosed with cancer. Jim must be gay as he makes homosexual advances at Ray. Ray resists but later agrees. They begin an intimate relationship. Ray's son notices the two. He tells the sister and they confront Ray asking if he is gay. The son is especially upset that his dad might be queer. Ray denies it and lies. Ray and Jim however continue meeting. Jim decides to take the trip to Botswana and Ray joins him just before he leaves.


The Boys In The Band is a 1970 gay movie revolving around a birthday party in which the lives on several gay men and a straight one unfold. Michael is preparing his apartment to host Harold's birthday party. Several other gay friends are coming for the party. Michael gets a call from a college mate Alan McCarthy who says he will be coming. Michael is worried because Alan is straight and might not relate well to gay men.
Hunk, Larry and Emory arrive. Hunk and Larry are dating. Hunk was closeted and even married to a woman before. Bernard their black gay friend later arrives. He is followed by a paid cowboy named Tex. Alan calls to say he will not be coming. He however shows up as they are dancing flamboyantly. Michael is shocked and angry with Emory who continues to behave and talk very effeminately. Alan sits down drinking some alcohol even though he is shocked by Michael's company.
Alan later decides to leave. Emory however pushes him with his gay talk and they get into a fight. Emory is punched in the face. Harold finds them in the midst of breaking up the fight. Harold is having a crisis over his looks and age. They later cut the cake and open the gifts on the deck. A storm however forces them into the house where Alan is. Alan insists on leaving but Michael restrains him. Alan had seen Hunk with a ring and knows he is married. He is however shocked to learn Hunk is in a gay relationship with Larry after leaving his wife and children.
They play a game to pass the night which involves calling some of the people they really loved. This game opens old wounds for some revealing their sexual relationships past and present. In the game Michael accuses Alan of being a closeted gay man which he vehemently denies. It later becomes too much for most of them and they leave.


Clapham Junction is a 2007 British television gay movie. It was produced to mark the 40th anniversary of decriminalization of homosexuality in Wales and England. This movie follows several gay characters over a period of just over a day and the happy and tragic events that they encounter.
Gavin and Will are two gay men who are having a same sex wedding ceremony. Gavin is a doctor by profession. Will is however trying to get intimate with Alfie who is a waiter at the ceremony. He even removes his ring and secretly puts it in Alfie'e pocket wrapped in a paper containing his contact information.
Theo a 14 year old school kid is stalking his neighbor Tim. Rumors has it that Tim has previously been convicted of molesting minors. Theo is gay and he manages to seduce Tim into sex.
Robin goes cruising in public toilets. He spots a gay man but they do not get and opportunity to have sex. Robin is later surprised when the man shows up at a friend's dinner. The man is called Julian and is married.
While at the dinner where Theo's parents are also present an ambulance and police car turn up. They have come for Alfie who was chased down by some homophobic men and gay bashed. Alfie later dies from his injuries.


A Silent Truth is a 2012 short gay movie about Ian Foster. Ian is celebrating his 14th birthday. His mother has organized a party where his friends and her friends are present. Jason and Tonya have come with their gay son Tyler. Ian's mother is shocked they would be okay with their son being a homosexual. Ian's mother hopes his son's relationship with a girl named Jessica will later in life lead to marriage. Ian's two friends are homophobic and like making fun of gay boys. Ian is secretly gay and cries alone in the bathroom about it. He also writes a story about his plight. One day he asks his mother for permission to go meet Jessica and Tyler. His mother asks him to keep a safe distance from Tyler because he is queer. She insists God created Adam and Eve and not Adam and Steve. He meets them and after chatting they take Tyler to the pride center. At the pride center Ian implies that God does not like gay people. A woman there is upset and explains it all to him. Jessica leaves Tyler and Ian together as she heads home. Ian asks Tyler about how he deals with being openly gay. Tyler explains the picking on in school, discrimination and acceptance. They part ways and Ian comes across his straight homophobic friends. They tell him that they have spotted him entering the gay pride offices and walking with Tyler. They beat him up and say they will tell everybody that he is gay. Ian's small brother sees and hears everything. Ian asks him to keep quiet about it. Ian is depressed and refuses to talk to his mother about it. He meets Jessica and explains that he is gay. He explains what happened. He says how he prayed to God to turn him straight but it was all in vain. He is afraid of what his mother will think of him as a homosexual. Ian writes a letter meant for his mother. It however drops at the table and she reads it. In the letter Ian explains his homosexuality. Her mother is upset and even asks him to leave the house. Ian overhears her saying it would have been better if he were not born. Ian takes an overdose of pills to commit suicide. He is rushed to hospital and saved. They later bond with his mother who has by now accepted his homosexuality. He attends counselling and continues with life a happier gay boy.


Doing Time On Maple Drive is a 1992 gay movie about Matt Carter. Matt is a young man who has been very successful in his education and has even made it to Yale. His family is very proud of him. He also plans to marry Allison a young lady from a rich family. He met her at Yale.
Lisa and Phil Carter are Matt's parents. They are excited as Matt is coming with Allison home. They are already engaged and preparing for a wedding. The whole family is there to welcome them including Matt's siblings Tim and Karen. Allison learns about the family during her stay. She also sees Matt's history from video tapes and photographs. She has always been suspicious of Matt's sexuality. She gets curious when she watches a video of Kyle one of Matt's past friends. Kyle talks too passionately about Matt. She later comes across a letter from Kyle to Matt and it confirms her suspicions that Matt is gay. She wakes up early to tell Matt that she cannot continue with the engagement because he is gay. Matt pleads with her but she leaves.
Matt lies to his family about why Allison left early. He even goes ahead to attend his bachelor party. He is however distressed. He deliberately drives his car into a tree on his way from the party probably in an attempt to commit suicide. He however survives with light injuries and lies to the family that it was an accident. While in the hospital bed Kyle brings him flowers. Lisa sees him as he leaves. She once caught Kyle and Matt in a compromising state years before. She sees the flowers from Kyle and runs off but keeps quiet.
Lisa finds a letter from Allison in the house to Matt implying she has abandoned the wedding plans. Lisa confronts Matt in front of  the whole family. Matt is upset and admits he is gay insisting the mother has always known. Lisa cannot bear the fact that Matt is gay. His father Phil takes is hard but much better. He asks Matt to promise never to attempt suicide. He also tries to give him some advice on being gay and tells him that Alexander the great was a good General who was also a homosexual.


This is a 1990 gay TV movie which is a biography of actor Rock Hudson. Rock shows up at the offices of an agent named Henry Willson. Henry promises to make him a Hollywood star and changes his names to Rock Hudson. Henry becomes Hudson's agent and quickly introduces him to film directors who get him roles in several productions. He gets a contract with Universal Productions and moves to Hollywood with his gay boyfriend Tim. Henry asks Hudson to be secretive about his homosexuality. In the process Tim is alienated from most of Hudson's activities and he eventually moves out. Hudson marries a lady named Phyllis Gates to further hide his homosexuality. His denial however drives him into depression and alcoholism. Phyllis ends up getting a divorce after discovering Hudson is gay and that he has been sleeping with men even while they were married.
Hudson feels Henry is controlling and limiting his gay lifestyle. He fires him. He starts concentrating on his own ideas. He meets Marc Christian who helps him transfer music in old records into tape without scratches. He is amazed and they end up in an intimate homosexual relationship. Hudson however begins to rapidly loose weight. In hospital he is told a spot he thinks is a mole on the skin is actually a form of cancer called Kaposi Sarcoma. It usually gets people with compromised immune systems. He is given the bad news that he has AIDS. Fearing he will loose popularity he asks his secretary Mark Miller to keep it a secret even from his boyfriend Marc Christian. He travels to Paris to secretly be put on some experimental treatment for AIDS. He returns back to USA because of work. Christian pressures him to say what is going on but he says he has been tested and is alright. He however gets too sick and faints and it is announced that he has AIDS. He later dies on October 2 1985.
Marc Christian sued Rock Hudson and Mark Miller for not telling him that he was at risk of being infected with AIDS. The jury voted in his favor and he was awarded damages.


Blackbird is a 2014 black gay movie about Randy Rousseau a high school boy coming of age with his homosexuality. Randy is a devoted christian and leads the choir in the church. He is however struggling with wet dreams which are of a homosexual nature. He keeps praying to God to make the dreams and thoughts stop. He lives with his mother who has been ill and depressed since her daughter Chrissie Rousseau was abducted in a shopping mall never to be seen again.
Efrem and Crystal are Randy's best friends. He talks to them a little about his problems. They insist he must be gay annoying him even further. Randy believes being gay is a sin. He struggles with the denial.
One day Randy auditions for a play. There he meets Marshall a white gay boy. They are playing a part together. Marshall likes Randy. Randy however keeps insisting that he is heterosexual. One day Marshall takes him to a gay cruising area in the town. While there he spots Efrem having Random sex with another man. He is shocked and asks Marshall to take him home. Once at home he calls Crystal to book a sex date in order to prove he is straight. Crystal comes over that Sunday after church but Randy is not sexually attracted to her. Crystal only forces herself into him.
Efrem contracts a sexually transmitted infection. Randy and his father Lance take him to a hospital outside town. Lance thinks Randy is gay. Randy denies it. Lance however talks to Randy about it and lets him know that it is okay to be gay. Efrem gets treated with antibiotics and tests negative for HIV.
Marshall drives Randy home from their play rehearsals. Randy one day gets overwhelmed with his homosexual feelings. He begins to make out with Marshall outside their house. His mother sees it and crushes the vehicle's window and orders Randy into the house. Once in the house she blames Randy for bringing a sin into the house. She says her daughter is missing because of Randy's homosexuality. She calls a pastor to deliver Randy from homosexuality. They take him to church and pray hard.
The deliverance does not work and Randy is tired of fighting his sexuality. He goes to Marshall's house and they have sex. Returning home they are given the news that police have found their long lost Chrissie. She comes back home. Randy's mother accepts Randy's gay lifestyle after learning about God and love.


The Lost language Of Cranes is a 1991 gay themed movie about a father and his son who are both gay. Philip Benjamin is a young gay man already in a homosexual relationship with another man named Elliot. Philip feels fed up hiding this secret from his parents. He tells Elliot that he wants to come out to his parents. Philip's parents Owen and Rose are also having problems back home. They are supposed to leave their house soon and Owen is yet to find another one. Owen is also in a crisis. He is secretly gay and has been visiting gay cinemas to meet other men. Philip eventually goes home and comes out to Owen and Rose. Owen his father keeps quiet the whole time. Rose is upset. When Philip leaves Owen sobs until he locks himself in the bathroom probably because he realizes that he is like the son. Philip later on meets his dad for dinner. His father wants to know about his sexual life. Philip finds it awkward but explains it anyway. His dad promises to hook him up with a charming American from his office. He has invited the American over for dinner at his home. Meanwhile Owen also visits a gay club where he meets a man almost the same age as him. He goes with him to his house and they engage in sex. He returns back home very late. Philip goes home for the dinner. He tells Rose what the dinner is about and she is upset. Owen arrives with Winston and they take dinner at the table chatting away. Philip later leaves together with Winston but learns he is as straight as a dice. Rose confronts Owen about the dinner. Owen reveals his homosexuality. He explains how he has always sexually preferred men. Rose is upset his husband and son are both gay. She is also upset Owen is implying their whole marriage has been a joke. Owen leaves the house at night and heads to Philip's house. He calls Philip who is at his lover's house. Philip comes over. His dad explains that he is also gay and that he met a man the other day. Philip leaves his dad to sleep in his house.


It's My Party is a 1996 gay movie about the last few days of a gay man dying from AIDS. Brandon Theis and Nick Stark are two gay men in a romantic relationship. They have lived together for 8 years. Nick is an architect while Brandon is a film director. One day Nick goes to Dr. Dave for a checkup because of a persistent flu. He tests positive for HIV. He gives Brandon the news. Brandon gets tested and results come back negative for HIV. They are a discordant gay couple. Brandon and Nick begin to have social misunderstandings in the house. Brandon eventually asks Nick to move out. Nick moves out. He begins to have a problem of dropping things accidentally and forgetfulness. He visits Dr. Dave and a scan reveals he has Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy in short called PML. PML usually affects people with suppressed immune systems such as AIDS patients. PML progresses quickly and Nick has a short time before he looses all his memory. Nick organizes a party to bid farewell to everyone. He plans to commit suicide before he can turn into a vegetable and die a long agonizing death. His mother Amalia shows up. She is upset when Nick explains nothing can be done as it is the same disease their gay friend Jim died from. Brandon is convinced to go see Nick. On his way there he remembers their friend Joe who had AIDS with Kaposi Sarcoma lesions all over his body. They helped him take pills to die but when the pills didn't kill him they had to do it physically. Nick has only around 4 days before he looses his memory and becomes dysfunctional. Brandon shows up and everybody is upset because they had a bitter break up with Nick. Paul who is Nick's father also shows up upsetting Amalia who they broke up years before. Brandon talks to Nick but it is a tense speech. He later that night drives off upset. Next day Nick's eyesight is getting worse. He can barely see anything. Loss of sight is one of the symptoms of PML. Brandon comes over. They go with Nick to a house. It is the last one he ever designed. There they talk about their life and breakup. At night Nick walks Brandon to some horses they owned. Brandon thought he had sold them. Nick later takes his suicide pills in front of Brandon and Tony his caretaker. He chats with Brandon and they kiss. He also talks a little with his mother asking her to quit smoking. He later dozes off and Brandon carries him to bed. He dies there.


The Man I Love is a 1997 French gay movie with the original French title L'homme que j'aime. Lucas Gallian is a new life guard at a swimming pool. He meets Martin Barbieri a fellow employee at the pool. Martin wants to close the pool and when Lucas refuses to leave the water he throws his clothes towards him into the pool. They get wet and Martin has to help him with his dry clothes. Martin follows Lucas on his was home. He comes out and tells him that he is gay. Lucas resists his advances asking him to go away. Martin follows him home where he meets Lise. Lise is Lucas' girlfriend. Lise and Martin quickly bond especially because they both do sign language. She invites Martin to dinner even though Lucas is against it. One day Lucas goes to hospital after an accident while diving in the swimming pool. His father is the doctor who treats him. Martin comes to see Lucas with flowers just as he is leaving and Lucas' father spots him. When Lucas' father meets with him later he reveals that Martin has full blown AIDS. His dad who thinks they might be having a homosexual affair asks him to keep safe. Lucas follows Martin to the offices of a gay organization. As he leaves Lucas tells him he knows about his illness. Lucas insists on taking care of Martin even though he hesitates. Lucas ends up spending the night with Martin. Martin's mother Rose finds them in the morning. She talks to Lucas about Martin's AIDS and how he should be careful. Martin later takes them out looking for a good cemetery where he will be buried. While dropping off Lucas Lise confronts Martin about their relationship. She insists Lucas is hers. Martin drives off with his mother. Martin faints at the pool and hospitalized. He is also fired from his job at the pool. Lucas decides to move in with him to Lise's disappointment. They sleep together and also visit gay clubs. On one occasion Martin asks to spend the night alone. Lucas leaves but when he comes back next day finds Martin has already moved out. With the help of Lucas' father Lise finds the hospital Martin is being nursed. Lucas goes to visit him. Martin's mother Rose comes over and takes them to a chapel where they do a gay wedding. Martin is very sick by now. He drops himself from the diving board at the swimming pool while with Lucas.


O Beautiful is a 2002 short gay movie. Brad is given a ride back home by some schoolmates. They however have sinister motives. They drag him into a corn field and beat him up for being gay. The homophobic bullies also thrust a stick into his anus and rape him with it. Andy Perry another student at their school later turns up in a truck to help him. Andy finds Brad with no clothes waist down. Andy removes his trouser and gives it to Brad to wear. He also wraps him in his jacket. Brad complains why Andy never helped while they were beating on him. Andy insists he was not there. He asks Brad if he is really gay as the bullies say. Brad nods yes and Andy is upset. He tells Brad being gay is against God. Andy manages to convince Brad into his truck. There he offers him some alcohol to warm up. While there Brad is overcome by his sexual desires towards Andy and begins to touch him. He hesitates but Andy pulls him closer. Andy reveals he was there as they beat him but was afraid to intervene. Brad is upset and tries to leave but Andy holds him and they kiss. Andy leaves the car to Brad and decides to walk home instead. Brad reverses the truck and leaves Andy in the corn field.


Teens Like Phil is a 2012 short gay film about Phil Patterson. Phil is gay and so other kids in school are giving him a hard time. His locker is vandalized with derogatory gay slurs such as faggot. His teacher has seen this and goes to see the principal. She tells her about Phil's writings which indicate depression and the constant teasing she has seen him going through. She recommends Phil should see an experienced psychologist. 
One day Phil takes him friend Adam to see the uncle called Mike who lives in a bush outdoors. Mike is the brother to Phil's mother. Adam is also bullied at home by his brother for being gay. Adam tries to kiss Phil after he shows him a picture of two men kissing which he got from his Mike's belongings there. Phil runs off.
Adam is ashamed of himself for being gay. He disassociates with Phil completely. One day at the school's changing room he attacks Phil and beats him up severely. He then urinates on his face. Phil runs off crying. At home he tries to hang himself with a rope. His mother finds him before he dies. His father and mother take him for counselling where he explains to other gay teenagers why he tried to commit suicide.


Mandragora is a 1997 gay movie about a 15 year old Czech boy named Marek Nadela. Marek lives with his father in Prerov a district of the Czech Republic. One day Marek comes home and his father confronts him about not attending school for a whole month. He tells him to attend school next day or else he should not come back home.
Marek runs away to the capital city Prague. There he uses up his money gambling. A pimp approaches him at the train station but he refuses to go with him. He looses all his money in the casino and is robbed off his jacket and shoes. He goes to the pimp for help. The pimp introduces himself as Honza. Honza takes Marek to Franta's house who is a gay man. There they call him a little rabbit even though Marek is too naive to understand why. Honza drugs Marek's drink and he dozes off. Franta penetrates him as he is unconscious. He wakes up in pain to find Franta on top raping him. All the money Franta gives Marek is taken by Honza.
Honza takes him to a club renown for gay prostitutes. Gay boys hustling there beat him up. He is spotted by one of the boys named David. David introduces himself to Marek and they soon become great friends. David teaches Marek the art of gay hustling and stealing. They manage to make a lot of money which David decides they invest in becoming partners at a gay brothel. David becomes a pimp for the brothel because of his partnership. He pimps off Marek to a client who almost kills him to due to sadistic sexual practices.
David and Marek are heterosexual. They prefer to pick up female prostitutes for sex. They are only gay for pay.
After a disagreement with the brothel owner they reach a deal to steal from a rich American. The rich American is called Rudy. Rudy is a pedophile and prefers very young boys. David and Marek go with Rudy to his house then drug his drink. As Rudy looses consciousness they rob him of all his belongings including in the house.
David runs off with Marek. David drives to his hometown with gifts for his family. Once there he gets cold feet and hangs them on their door. That was his father's 45th birthday. They later go to a club in the town at night. David meets his former girlfriend Nancy. She is upset David never writes. Some men in the bar identify David and Marek as gay prostitutes from Prague and beat them up. Nancy is upset to learn David is a homosexual.
David and Marek rob an woman off her bag in the cemetery. They use what they find to take a train back to Prague. Meanwhile Marek's father is asking police to find him. He has been called to the station because Marek is wanted.
They arrive in Prague but are not welcome. Honza who is now out has them beaten up and arrested. They are broke when they get out. A pimp named Libor takes them to a gay film producer. The producer's name is Krysa. He forces them into sexual acts without protection. David is also later pimped out to Ruby without his knowledge. Ruby penetrates his anus with a pool stick then calls police to arrest him for the robbery.
Marek is depressed by David's absence. He seeks comfort from hard drugs. He is informed the prison doctor found David was HIV positive and has AIDS.
Marek's father comes to Prague to find him. Marek is an intravenous drug user by now. He is in a bad state and father cannot find him. He is once arrested. While in custody he gives police a tip about Krysa's gay sex film business. Krysa's house is raided by police and they are all arrested. Marek goes into Krysa's house and steals drugs. He goes to a public toilet and injects himself to the point of death. His father goes back home upset having not found the son.


Hate Crime is a 2005 gay movie. Trey McCoy and Robert Levinson live together as gay partners in a friendly neighborhood. The two are planning a gay wedding even though they prefer to call it a commitment ceremony.
Chris Boyd moves in next door. He is homophobic and is therefore appalled to see Trey and Robert kissing. One day Chris confronts Robert outside their house telling him how he will go to hell and to read the bible. He also warns Robert to watch his back. Chris is Jerry Boyd's son. Pastor Jerry Boyd founded the West Dell Bible Church in 1982. He expects his son Chris to marry soon but is upset to discover they broke up with the girlfriend.
One day Trey goes to walk the dog at night leaving Robert in the house. He is attacked and left for dead. Robert finds him after the dog returns to the house alone. He is admitted to hospital in critical condition. As Trey lies in a coma police begin investigations. They suspect Chris Boyd who also has an arrest record for vandalizing a gay man's house. He however has a lullaby since his parents confirm he was at their house the whole time.
Trey succumbs to his injuries and dies. His mother Barbara McCoy is torn by grief. Police officers are unable to find enough evidence to prosecute anybody. Robert is frustrated further when police question him as a suspect due to the insurance payoff he is set to receive. Robert breaks into Chris Boyd's house and discovers that he browses gay websites on his computer. Surveillance also reveals he frequents gay sex clubs and shops. His father Pastor Jerry Boyd is given the surveillance photos and confronts Chris about it. He confesses to Chris that he killed Trey to protect his own flesh and blood from homosexuality. Robert is nearby recording the conversation.
Police insist they do not have enough yet to prosecute anybody. Even the recorded confession is denied. Robert and Barbara make a plan to make Pastor Jerry pay for Trey's death. They kidnap him from his office to Robert's house. In the house Barbara shoots Robert with Pastor Jerry's gun then places it with him. Robert is only shot in the abdomen and holds his gun to shoot Jerry. Pastor Jerry tries to pick his gun and shoot Robert but it is empty since Barbara used up the two bullets inside. Robert shoots him dead. Police and paramedics arrive. Robert says Pastor Jerry came to shoot him dead and he shot him dead in self defense. Robert recovers quickly and is discharged.


This is a movie about the AIDS epidemic and its early effects on the gay community. Doctors are not sure what is causing opportunistic infections such as  pneumocystis pneumonia among several patients in hospitals across USA. They are further surprised that almost all are gay men. The Centers For Disease Control And Prevention calls in Dr. Don Francis from the World Health Organization to help in researching about the disease. The media is already calling it the gay cancer. Religious leaders are calling it God's punishment to homosexuals. The disease however begins showing up among heterosexuals including women. The visible symptoms before death are usually Kaposi Sarcoma.
A doctor is able to track down a gay airline steward who happens to be promiscuous and most gay men remember sleeping with because of his gorgeous looks. He has also been to hospital with the symptoms of the disease. Most gay men he has had sex with are already sick or dead. Using information from the French Canadian steward the doctor is able to conclude the disease is sexually transmitted.
Meanwhile Dr. Don Francis is getting frustrated due to lack of funding and equipment from the government. Reagan is the president and his administration seems not to take keen interest in the disease. The gay community which is the most affected is split on what steps to take. In San Francisco majority are against closing the gay bath houses fearing it is a plot by the government to take away their hard fought rights.
The research takes a new turn when Dr. Don is informed an intravenous drug user has contracted the disease. He now knows it has to do with the blood supply. Patients who have undergone blood transfusions especially hemophiliacs start showing signs of the disease also. Blood banks get into a tussle with the CDC over this because they fear subjecting all the blood to screening might be too expensive.
French researchers at last discover the virus. It is a new retrovirus. It is named AIDS meaning Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. Dr. Don asks to be transferred to San Francisco where the effect of the virus is highest due to the lifestyle of the large gay community there. He still gets frustrated by government red tape. After retiring he works in San Francisco trying to develop and AIDS vaccine.


Body Without Soul is a 1996 gay documentary about underage male prostitutes in Prague. Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and notorious for its prostitution. This documentary looks into the life on gay teenage prostitutes in Prague. Most of the boys talk about desperation due to being orphaned and poverty which led them into prostitution. Some of the boys were not homosexuals but the opportunity for money presented itself through homosexuality and they took it. Some were only 12 years old when they were picked by gay men from places such as the main train station and lured into sex with money. The most popular pickup spots by gay men are Podolf swimming pool, video arcades, train stations and discos. Video arcades are popular with gay men looking for very young boys. According to the prostitutes most gay Germans who come  to Prague prefer very young boys and will pay much more to get them. They also prefer unprotected anal sex. The male prostitutes will complain about unprotected sex but it is usually to get a higher bargain rather than the fear of AIDS. The boys have also been lured into acting gay films. They are usually promised a lot of money to act the films but some producers end up exploiting them. Most of the films end up in Germany and so they have to act them without using condoms for protection. Most insist on wearing condoms but the producers never accept because their content will not be bought in Germany. Some have been infected with AIDS from this business. One talks about how he tested positive as he lies on his bed. The boys say they are selling their bodies and souls to survive day by day.


No Night Is Too Long is a 2002 gay movie. Tim Cornish is a final year student at University of Warwickshire. Tim is especially promiscuous with girls just like any other heterosexual male. One day he however spots a man looking at him. He gets obsessed with the man and one day follows him on the elevator. The man kisses him and goes away. Tim continues to pursue him and meets him in his university office. He is a paleontology lecturer in the same University. His name is Ivo Steadman.
During Christmas Tim feels lonely. His father had died over the year and mother suffered a stroke which left her not mentally sound. However on new year eve Ivo shows up and they end up engaging in sex the whole night. Tim is bisexual.
When school resumes Tim begins spending more time at Ivo's place. They become gay lovers. When the semester nears the end Tim asks Ivo if he can also go to Alaska with him. Ivo goes on summer to Alaska to lecture on cruise ships exploring the region. Ivo refuses but later accepts. Tim visits the library to read books on Alaska. He meets a first year student who they chat and end up sleeping together. He tells Ivo about it and they fight. Tim immediately looses his love for Ivo but they go on their Alaska trip as scheduled.
In Alaska Ivo is forced to go on a 10 day cruise the next day. He leaves Tim alone. Tim falls for a lady named Isabel. Isabel works at an elementary school. Tim falls in love and writes her a love letter. All this time Ivo has been writing without Tim replying. Isabel falls for Tim and they end up having a romantic relationship which includes sex. She however asks him to keep it a secret. Isabel however leaves for Vancouver before Ivo is back to Tim's disappointment.
Ivo comes back and complains why Tim never replied his letters. Tim's mind is on Isabel. They leave together for the next cruise. In the ship Tim rejects Ivo's sexual advances even locking the door with a chair. Tim later explains to Ivo that he is no longer in love. He tells him about Isabel and how he plans to leave for Vancouver. They get into a fight and Ivo almost chokes him to death.
During the last day of the cruise they visit a rocky island. Tim and Ivo argue about their relationship in a secluded place. They get into a fight and Tim pushes Ivo onto a rock which knocks him unconscious. He seems dead and so Tim runs off scared and covers up so that no one in the ship knows he is missing.
Back at their hotel he uses Ivo's money to get a flight to Vancouver. In Vancouver he notices he left Isabel's card in the Jacket Ivo died wearing. He tries all he can to track Isabel down but in vain. He ends up engaging in random sex with gay men in the city. He keeps seeing ghosts of Ivo appearing everywhere due to the guilt that he killed him.
Ivo shows up at Isabel's house. He is invited in by Isabel's husband. He explains how Tim left him for dead on the island and was only saved after one of his colleagues became suspicious and went back to the island. He says Tim was leaving him dead to be with his sister Isabel. Tim never knew Isabel was Ivo's sister. Ivo and Isabel get into a fight over it.
Ivo continues to write scary letters to Tim who thinks it must be a ghost because he is dead. One day Ivo comes to Tim's town for the opera. He meets him on the streets running and shaken. In the house he tells him that Isabel is the sister. As he leaves Tim insists he wears his jacket and keep it. He wears it. He gets stabbed to death on the road while leaving. Police investigating find he was stabbed by Thierry who is Tim's gay lover. Tim had earlier told him of a safe in the house where he keeps his money back when he was a gay prostitute in Vancouver. Thierry thought Ivo was Tim because of the jacket and wanted to take his keys and steal the money.


The Crying Game is a 1992 movie. Jody is a black British soldier who is lured by Irish Republican Army members through a woman named Jude. Jude and her fellow rebels hold Jody captive to negotiate with the government. While in captivity one of the members named Fergus creates a bond with Jody. Jody shows him a picture of his lover and where he can find her if he dies. Jody eventually dies when the military attacks the hideout.
Fergus is able to hide and escape the attack. He goes to the city and seeks out Jody's lover at the salon as told. He finds her. Her name is Dil. Fergus begins to bond and fall in love with her. One day as they are preparing to have sex Fergus is shocked to discover Dil is a man. Dil thought Fergus knew because the bar she frequents to sing is transgender and gay friendly. Fergus runs off but later comes looking for Dil now knowing he is a transgender. This whole time Dil does not know Fergus was involved in Jody's kidnapping.
Jude tracks down Fergus and wants him to do a dirty job for them. She also wants Fergus to leave Dil. Fergus is afraid Dil might be killed and asks her to disguise herself as a boy. On the day Fergus is supposed to execute their did Dil ties him up in the bed. The plot fails and Jude's partner is killed. Jude comes to Dil's house and is shot dead by Dil who still thought they were lovers with Fergus. Dil did however learn her involvement with Jody's sad fate just before she came in. Police later come and find Fergus in the house. He is arrested and sent to jail. Dil the transgender is not implicated. Dil is still in love with Fergus and goes to visit him in jail.


Rites of Passage is a 1999 film whose theme revolves around the relationship between a father and his gay son. Jay Farraday also known as D.J. comes to check into a hotel on work duty. He is however shocked to see his father who should be in Tacoma. His father is with another woman behaving affectionate towards her. Del Farraday is also as surprised to see his son there. He knows his son has discovered the secret love affair. They decide later in the weekend to stay over at their cabin in the woods to straighten up that issue.
When they arrive at the cabin they find Cambell Farraday there. Cambell is Del's gay son and brother to D.J. Cambell has not been in good terms with the dad. One day Del found Cambell being affectionate with another man called Billy there at the cabin. Del beat Billy up. He has never accepted Cambell for being gay. D.J. thinks Cambell is with Billy but later learns he died. Billy died on AIDS but Cambell assures his brother that he got tested and is negative.
At night they seat at the table and Del explains his other partner to his two sons. Cambell is upset and they get into a fight. Cambell's homosexuality has never been well taken by Del. It is interrupted by two strangers who are looking to make a call. They come in and make the call and after a number of weird moments go away. D.J. however spots Cambell trying to leave in the night. On confronting him he discovers the two strangers in the car. Cambell is forced to explain.
After the beat up in the cabin by Del, Billy went missing. Cambell spent months looking for Billy. He got in touch with a man in prison who they communicated about Billy. The man named Frank discovered Cambell's family had a cabin near an area he has buried money from scams. He befriended Cambell knowing he was gay until the former thought they were in love. Frank escaped prison with another inmate named Red. Cambell out of the love had agreed to host them at the cabin until they can get the money. This was interrupted when Del and D.J. showed up.
The escapees take the family hostage for some while. It is not long before Frank and Red disagree. Red reveals to Cambell that he wrote the letters and not Frank. Also tells him Frank never loved him. Red is shot dead by Frank in the disagreement while Del is shot above the arm. Cambell leaves Frank to drown in the nearby lake while police and paramedics come.
Cambell is arrested and sent to jail for aiding the escapees. D.J. comes with Del to see him even though he never wanted his father to be there. He is to be released in 6 months.