Jongens is a 2014 gay TV movie. Jongens is the original Dutch title with the English title being Boys. Jongens means boys in Dutch. The film is about a gay relationship between two teenage boys in a relay team.
Sieger and Stef are best friends. They are both racetrack athletes. They perform well and the coach picks them to join Marc and Tom in the junior team B team.
At home Sieger's dad is proud of his son's achievement as an athlete. Sieger's brother Eddy is a trouble maker since their mother died in a motorcycle accident. His dad does not like him using motor bikes probably because of their mother's accident.
One day all the four teammates decide to go swimming at a river after training. Marc is wild and jumps in first with his clothes. Sieger is attracted to Marc. Stef, Tom and Sieger prepare to leave but Marc is not in a hurry. He tries to persuade Sieger to remain with him in the river. Sieger rides his bike and Tom and Stef later take their own ways home. He decides not to go home and returns to the river where he finds Marc alone. They play together and later kiss intimately. While leaving Sieger tells Marc that he is not gay.
One day Stef and Sieger find Eddy's motocross field in the woods. Eddy asks Sieger not to tell their father. Stef spot some girls they had earlier seen. He talks to them and picks one. Sieger picks the other girl and they go for a walk in the woods. Sieger is not as comfortable with a girl as Stef who is already kissing her.
The coach takes takes the team to a training camp. At night Sieger cannot get sleep. He wakes up and Marc follows him into the night. They both ride on one bicycle through the woods to an isolated spot where they kiss. They later run to the beach where they continue with their intimacy. They go back to their dormitory in the dark. Stef sees them coming in and is suspicious.
When they get back home Stef goes to pick Sieger to attend a fun fair. In his company is two girls. One his girlfriend and the other Jessica who is supposed to be Sieger's girlfriend. At the fan fair Marc shows up to find Jessica and Sieger together. He watches jealously as Jessica kisses Sieger.
Sieger's homosexuality is creating tension in him. At training he is not doing well. Coach warns him about his performance. After training they agree with Marc to go swimming that night.
Eddy gets into a confrontation with his father who has hidden his motorbike. Eddy tells him he wishes he were dead and goes away. Sieger goes looking for him at the motocross track. Eddy shows up driving a car and asks Sieger to come in together with other girls. Sieger agrees but on their way they almost hit someone on a bicycle. It turns out it is Marc on his way to meet Sieger. Sieger leaves the car and asks Marc to get off the road. Marc asks about their meeting plans but Sieger violently pushes him and goes back into the car. They drive off but Sieger gets out a few minutes later and goes back home.
In the morning coach comes to pick Sieger for the relay championships. Sieger's father informs him that Eddy was arrested for joy riding and they might not make it to the event. Sieger leaves in the coach's car with Tom, Stef and Marc inside. The tension between Marc and Sieger who are relay partners is evident and Stef notices it. Sieger apologizes to Marc on arrival.
Eddy and his father manage to come for the event after clearing with the police. Sieger is tense. Marc makes a good run and passes the button to Sieger who runs ahead to win. Despite the win Sieger is absent minded looking at Marc. At home his father organizes a meal of Chinese food to celebrate Sieger's gold medal. Stef is present but notices Sieger's mind is not there. Eddy receives a motorbike present from his father who asks Sieger if he is okay. Sieger answers no then runs off with the motorbike. He picks Marc and they both ride on it together into the night.  


Breaking The Surface is a 1997 TV movie about Greg Louganis based on his best selling 1996 book. 
Greg was adopted at nine months old by Pete Louganis and his wife Frances Louganis. As a child growing up he was usually teased by other kids for being a retard because of his inability to read. They also made fun of his color not understanding he was half Samoan. His father was not happy with his poor performance in academics.
After the family gets a swimming pool Greg develops a passion for diving. Frances encourages it and gets him a coach. The coach notices Greg has talent and proposes to put him on the junior diving team. This excites Pete who begins pushing Greg hard against his wishes. 
At teenage Greg clashes with Pete often because of drinking and coming in late. He goes into depression and once writes a suicide note saying "sorry I wasn't what you wanted". The mother Frances finds it before he takes the pills to commit suicide. Frances tries to talk to him but he kicks her when she tries to wake him from bed. Pete sees it and calls in the police to arrest him. He later apologizes to Frances at the police station and goes back home with them.
Greg later moves out of the house to attend coaching. He moves in at Dr. Lee's. Dr. Lee trains him and he manages to make the USA Olympic team. During the Olympics in Montreal Canada a male judge makes a move on Greg. Greg goes to ask a fellow swimmer Scott if he looks obviously gay. Scott is upset by the question because he thinks Greg thinks he must be also gay. Greg wins a silver medal in the Olympics. He is sad he never won gold but it still gets him fame.
Greg later switches coaches to Ron. He begins training for the 1980 Moscow Olympics. He gets a full scholarship to University. He however does poorly in his placement test and is sent to the reading clinic. It is there where they discover Greg has been dyslexic all along. They promise to help him overcome it. The dyslexia is what made fellow kids call him a retard when he was young. In University he manages to explore his sexuality and meet other gay people. He meets Keith with whom they begin a relationship and move in together. Only a girl in his team named Megan knows about their gay relationship.
Greg together with the team is devastated when the president of the USA announces his country will not be part of the Moscow Olympics due to Soviet's invasion of Afghanistan. Greg is forced to look for other goals to keep him focused. His obsession with diving puts a strain on his relationship with Keith and they break up. Greg tells coach Ron about his sexual orientation. Ron reacts calmly.
After finishing college Greg continues his passion for diving. He meets Tom a gay man with whom they begin a relationship. His father Pete is not welcoming of his sexual orientation when he attends his sister's wedding. Frances tells Greg they are getting a divorce and it breaks his heart. 
In the 1984 Olympics Greg wins two gold medals. He and Tom buy a house in Malibu California. Tom is an opportunist and he gets Greg to give him power of attorney to manage his finances. Tom has a short temper and is sometimes abusive to Greg even physically. Tom also begins pushing Greg's friends away. Greg confronts Tom about leaving in the night to undisclosed places. 
Tom gets shingles and he can barely manage the pain. Greg comforts him that they must be from the stress. They both live in denial until several months before the Seoul Olympics when Tom comes down with pneumocystis pneumonia which is associated with AIDS. Greg goes in for tests and is also diagnosed with HIV having only 256 T-cells. Greg tells Ron about the news and if he should continue diving. Ron tells him to continue since the doctor said he could.
Greg keeps his HIV status including that of Tom a secret from his parents. They see him off for the Seoul Olympics. He leaves his father Pete very ill diagnosed with lung cancer. At the Olympics he starts off well but then hits his head on the board. He goes for examination and get four stitches without anesthetic so that he can go back and try again. He manages to make it to the finals with stitches on his head. He scoops two gold medals from those Olympic games.
Back home he finds his dad hospitalized. Megan confronts him about Tom's management of his finances. He decides to check and finds Tom has misused his finances. He calls the lawyer and revokes Tom's power of attorney. The two breakup. He later discovers Tom was practicing prostitution the nights he used to leave the house.
Pete asks Greg to take him home from hospital despite his medical condition. Greg agrees. At home he apologizes for having been very strict on him. Pete later dies. Frances recalls Greg's coming of age at the funeral and makes apologies for some of Pete's behavior. Greg later goes public about his sexual orientation and HIV status. He later writes a best selling book with the title Breaking The Surface. 


Hollow Reed is a 1996 gay movie about a young boy Oliver Wyatt. Oliver lives with his mother Hannah and her boyfriend Frank Donally. Oliver's father Martin Wyatt is gay and have separated with his mother. Hannah has custody of Oliver. Martin picks Oliver once in a while to spend time as allowed by the court. Martin is a medical doctor and lives with his boyfriend Tom Dixon.
Oliver begins to show up with injuries including black eyes which he blames on some bullies. Martin asks Oliver about the injuries but he insists they are from bullies. Martin is suspicious Oliver is not telling the truth.
One day Oliver is caught by Frank drinking directly from a juice container. Frank hits him in the eye then bends his hand crushing it. Next day the school calls to inform his parents that he came with a broken hand. Martin analyzes the xray with fellow doctors and concludes an adult must have crushed Oliver's hand. Even now Oliver is not telling the truth.
Martin confronts Hannah about it insisting it must be Frank who is abusing Oliver. Hannah dismisses it and asks Martin to leave saying he is jealous of Frank because he is normal.
One day Hannah drives off to work leaving Oliver with Frank. On her way she remembers that she forgot something and drives back. She enters the house and hears Oliver crying. She finds Frank beating Oliver and forcing him to scrub a table he cut with a knife. Hannah orders Frank out and realizes he has been behind all the abuse.
Later that night Frank comes into the house and they reconcile with Hannah. Martin had already filed for custody of Oliver citing the abuse but he has no sufficient proof. In the proceedings Hannah's lawyer uses Martin's homosexuality as a basis of denial of custody. The hearings strain Tom's relationship with Martin.
The case goes to the high court and child welfare officers begin visiting Martin's house to access his suitability to get custody of a child. The hearings are heated as Hannah's lawyer continues to dwell on Martin's homosexuality. Tom is cross examined and he breaks saying the wrong things out of a temper. Now it almost seems Martin's quest for custody is impossible. Martin tries to convince Oliver to tell the truth about what has been going on.
One day Hannah and Frank go to school to pick Oliver. Oliver spots them and runs off into the woods. They begin looking for him. He later climbs through his window into the house. He picks a sharp object and goes after Frank. He cuts his arm and bites his leg. Frank is angry and begins beating Oliver. Martin who is still looking for Oliver comes to Hannah's house and hears the commotion. He runs upstairs and finds Frank hitting Oliver. He saves Oliver and asks him to run out. Frank starts beating Martin and they take the fight outdoors where Hannah who has just arrived and neighbors witness Frank's rage. Tom comes over to help Martin.
The incident gives Martin full custody of Oliver. Hannah is only allowed limited visits. She asks Oliver to come see her sometime but he keeps quiet. Martin and Tom now have custody of a child despite being a gay couple.  


The Cure is a 1995 movie about the AIDS virus. It is not necessarily a gay movie but it does highlight the association of AIDS with homosexuals. Erik a teenage boy lives with his somewhat carefree mother who separated with the father. Next to their house a mother has moved in with her son who suffers from AIDS. The son's name is Dexter and he contracted the HIV virus after a blood transfusion. Erik gets teased at school and called derogatory homosexual names because of living near the boy. Most of the boys believe only gay people get HIV/AIDS and so is the majority of the population.
Erik is a loner who spends most of his time playing video games or with battle toys. He hears Dexter coughing next compound and asks him to keep away. Dexter explains that he cannot spread it through the air. Eventually Erik comes around and climbs the fence to meet Dexter. He is surprised Dexter is so small for an eleven year old boy. They begin playing together and Erik takes him to the store where they buy candy. On the way back some boys from school harass Erik after seeing him with Dexter. They insist Dexter is gay and Erik explains that he got AIDS from a blood transfusion. Erik manages to stand up to the boys.
Erik decides to find a cure to Dexter's illness. He starts by feeding him all sorts of candy. Later he boils leaves and flowers for him to drink. One day at the store they come across a newspaper headline about a doctor Fishburn from New Orleans who has discovered the cure for AIDS. They plead with Dexter's mother to take them but she refuses. By now Erik has been staying late at Dexter's house. He has to cheat his mother he has been with other friends because she does not want him around Dexter fearing contraction. Erik goes back to the bush and boils some more plants to find a cure. Unfortunately the plant turns out to be poisonous and Dexter's mother rushes to Erik's house in the night to ask which plant it was. Erik hands him the details. Erik's mother is upset and complains Erik is going to have them both dead. He calls Dexter's mother and orders her to keep the two apart.
Erik plans an escape to New Orleans with Dexter. The two leave in a makeshift raft on a tributary of the Mississippi river. They later realize their raft is to slow and pay for a boat ride with strangers. The two men pick two women on the way. It later turns out they are not going to New Orleans. Erik steals their money and runs off with Dexter to a bus station. The two strangers spot them there and chase after them. After being cornered Dexter pulls a knife and threatens to infect one of them with AIDS. He runs off together with his friend fearing infection. Dexter and Erik return to the station and take a bus.
When they alight the bus they find Dexter's mother waiting. By now Dexter is not feeling well. She takes him to hospital where Erik visits frequently. They spend lots of quality time playing and watching movies until Dexter eventually dies.
Dexter's mother drives back home with Erik while mourning. On arriving Erik's mother violently pulls him from her car and begins beating him. Dexter's mother calls her into the house. She warns her about hitting Erik and informs her about Dexter's death. Erik is left with memories of Dexter including one of his shoes which he washes up the river they used to float.