The Gay Cinema Video On Demand experience at TLAgay.com has your entertainment needs covered! We’re always working to expand selection of new and old gay-themed movies available for your viewing pleasure. Here’s just five of our current favorites that you may have missed – ALL available to watch INSTANTLY!
Lucas (Paolo Sousa) lives with his pious Aunt Lourdes (Juliana Zancanaro) in a quiet, remote country town in Brazil. The youngster spends his days gardening and playing keyboard – all while avoiding his aunt’s attempts to match-make with the local girls. Everything soon changes, however, when he’s joined by a trouble-making distant cousin named Mario (played by co-writer/director Thiago Cazado). Recently released from prison, Mario’s arrival upsets Lucas ordinarily quiet country life. When their aunt leaves for a religious retreat, and unexpected attraction grows and Lucas and Mario start to become friends… and much, much more. Cousins is writer-director team Mauro Carvalho and Thiago Cazado’s second feature film, following 2017’s About Us. With this film, the pair tackle a taboo subject with a surprisingly light touch.
Are We Lost Forever
Long-term lovers Adrian and Hampus (Björn Elgerd and Jonathan Andersson) have been living together for three years, and are engaged to be married. But their relationship has gone down an increasingly destructive path. During one fateful discussion, it all comes crashing down. For Hampus it is a relief to close the door on his destructive relationship with Adrian, but the latter is devastated and heartbroken. Will he be able to survive without the love of his life – or is there a possible way of somehow getting him back? Through desperate attempts to reunite, awkward encounters and rebound sex, they try to once again draw themselves closer together. A hit at film festivals around the globe, Are We Lost Forever is a thought-provoking relationship drama from award-winning Swedish director David Färdmar.
A bold drama from writer-director Ricky Mastro, making his feature debut after a long series of acclaimed shorts, 7 Minutes tells the story of Jean (Antoine Herbez), a 55-year-old policeman who discovers his son, Maxime (Valentin Malguy), and another man hanged in a hotel room. The autopsy shows that Maxime died from an overdose of GHB, just seven minutes after his boyfriend. During an evening organized by Maxime’s friends, Jean discovers a nightclub that his son used to frequent. There, he meets the seductive young Fabien (Clément Naline). Desperately trying to learn more about the events that led to his son’s untimely death, Jean goes to the club several times more and is quickly welcomed by the other patrons. As Fabien becomes increasingly attached to him, Jean starts mixing his mourning with a desire to discover his son’s world.
Adrian and Sebastian (Miguel González and Juan Pablo Castiblanco) are a Colombian couple living together in New York City. Happily in love, they’re both on track for professional success in each of their fields. They also have a close group of friends and a loving community. In other words, their futures feel bright and certain. But when Sebastian suddenly loses his job, his immigration status is threatened and these two young dreamers fear losing everything they’ve worked so hard for. From filmmakers David and Francisco Salazar, adapted from their award-winning screenplay, Nowhere is a deeply moving romantic drama that examines immigration and asks a universal question: how far would you go for the person you love? The unique circumstances that these characters face push them both to the very edge of that question.