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Sorry to veer off slightly on a "almost related" thing.

Lan Yu the show was based on the story written online "北京故事" (ie BeiJing Story) by the anonymous author who used the name of "北京同志".

A very beautiful story. I found some of the links to the stories here.

http://www.yifan.net/yihe/novels/beijing/beijing.html

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Can anyone tell me where I can get hold of the DVD of "Lanyu" and Fleeing by night".

Are they available in singapore ?

Thanks

I have the original 'LANYU' DVD bought from HK 2 years back.

If you are interested please drop me a private mail in this forum.

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hi yishun

what's unique abt the stroyline is its simplicity. it is a story that could happen to everyone.

while the storyline is simple, the mentality of the 2 characters are more complex

you have 1 "gigolo" who fall in love with the client, who sold his body but didnt spend the money, who work as a waiter so that he can safe guard the money.

another is a going to be married businessman, who treat this like a one-off relationship, who buried himself inside the marriage so that he can forget about the other guy.

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Definitely a "must watch" for all PLUs

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All quiet on the gay western front

Not wanting to give their foes free publicity, right-wing Christian

groups say they won't boycott or picket "Brokeback Mountain."

By Scott Lamb, salon.com

Dec. 07, 2005 | The new celluloid version of C.S. Lewis' "The Lion,

the Witch, and the Wardrobe" finally arrives in theaters on Friday,

the same day the smaller but also eagerly awaited "Brokeback Mountain"

debuts. The two films could hardly be less alike: One is the family

blockbuster of the winter season with heavily marketed Christian

overtones; the other is a small love story about two cowboys. And yet

their simultaneous release this weekend could touch off the year's

first real box-office culture clash.

The Disney/Walden Media version of Lewis' Narnia tale comes with all

the bells and whistles of a crowd-pleaser -- CGI wizardry and epic

battles -- and the studios are hoping, no doubt, that it will become

just the first installment of a lucrative fantasy series, à la "The

Lord of the Rings," but with more episodes (there are seven books in

"The Chronicles of Narnia"). In a marketing campaign built on the

lessons of "The Passion of the Christ," Narnia has also been

skillfully sold to the Christian audience via special church

screenings and a plethora of Sunday school teaching materials that tie

into the film, much of it orchestrated by Motive Entertainment, the

company that helped launch "Passion."

"Brokeback Mountain," on the other hand, is a quiet drama made very

much in the mold of classic American tragic love stories, and has been

compared to everything from "Titanic" -- even the movie posters are

purposefully similar -- to "Gone With the Wind." But while in no way

political in itself -- the story sticks close to the characters and

the arc of their relationship -- a film about two cowboys (even one

with the tag line "Love is a force of nature") cannot help finding

itself suddenly sucked into a political vortex beyond the filmmaker's

control, given the current cultural divide over gay rights. It's a

film that "bucks Hollywood convention" and "explores the last

frontier," and in a year that has seen a ferocious national debate

over same-sex marriage, a taboo-busting movie that brings together two

rising young male Hollywood stars locking lips on the big screen is

bound to stir controversy.

Or you'd at least be forgiven for thinking so. Because it turns out

that there's a concerted effort -- on both sides -- to avoid turning

"Brokeback Mountain" into a political battle.

Instead of boycotts, picket lines or enraged letters to the editor,

conservative Christian groups are hoping to kill the film with

silence. Robert Knight, director of the Culture & Family Institute at

Concerned Women for America, says his group has made a conscious

decision not to campaign against the film. "People aren't going to

walk around outside theaters with protest signs," Knight says. "This

is not 'The Last Temptation of Christ,' which was such an affront that

people felt they had to respond. This is something that could be and

should be ignored.

"We've actually discussed whether to do some sort of action," Knight

says. "But the consensus was, why give it that much credit, or why

call attention to it?"

Peter Sprigg, vice president of the Family Research Council -- the

group that a year ago led a campaign against "Kinsey," the biopic

about America's favorite/most-hated sex researcher -- says his group

came to a similar conclusion. "We talked about whether we should do

something, but at this point we don't have any plans," says Sprigg.

"Some of these things, we don't want to draw attention to them. We

would almost be doing them a favor if we were to mount a big campaign

-- we'd be making a martyr out of the movie, so to speak. I don't

think we want to fall into that."

Even Focus on the Family, which on Thursday announced it would stop

using Wells Fargo because of the bank's contributions to the Gay and

Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), has been mum, indicating

that it would release some sort of statement on the film, but that it

had no campaign planned.

What happened to the phone tree and newsletter agitation of years

past, like the protests that surrounded Ellen's coming out on "Ellen,"

or the American Family Association's sustained campaign against "Will

& Grace"? Perhaps the Christian right believes there's no such thing

as bad press, and the surest method to induce box-office death is

total silence. "Hey, it's about time," says Curtis Mork, a coordinator

at the gay activist group Wyoming Equality in Cheyenne, Wyo. "They're

getting smart. I've always said, the more they complain about us, the

stronger we get."

Of course, predicting how a film like "Brokeback Mountain" will affect

the national consciousness before it comes out is a dicey game at

best. "Fahrenheit 9/11" and "Passion" (and for that matter, "Last

Temptation") came with their controversies pre-packaged, while other

recent hubbubs (NippleGate, anyone?) seemed to arrive from out of the

deep blue. But that hasn't stopped the cultural conservatives from

declaring "Brokeback" a non-issue before the movie is out (or they've

even having seen it). Conservative radio host and movie critic Michael

Medved says, "When I've spoken to people about it, the general

reaction is bemusement. In other words, 'Look at this, everyone's

excited about a gay cowboy movie.'" Medved also feels that "Kinsey" --

based on a true story rather than fiction -- raised conservative ire

in a way "Brokeback" can't. "'Kinsey' was an issue, not because of gay

content, but because it was dealing with a significant historical

figure. I could be wrong on this, and I acknowledge that I could be

wrong, but I just don't see a lot of agitation in the cultural

conservative community about 'Brokeback Mountain.'

"There may well be a sort of forlorn hope on the part of the movie's

producers and promoters that conservatives will make a huge issue of

it, and thereby generate a certain amount of box-office heat," he

adds. "And my very strong guess is that most conservatives will refuse

to oblige them."

But there may also be a much simpler explanation for the right's

hands-off approach to the film. "Imagine protesting 'Titanic' or 'Gone

With the Wind,' " says Dave DeCicco, communications director at the

Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund. "It's a really bad idea, because you're

going to have broad appeal with the movie. One of the things people in

this country enjoy is a love story. The right-wing lunatics are maybe

smart enough to back off."

Damon Romine, entertainment media director for GLAAD, points out that

critics are already "overwhelmingly embracing" the movie, and that a

campaign against it might ultimately backfire. "If people think that

publicly attacking this film is a good use of their time, it says far

more about them and their agenda than it does about 'Brokeback

Mountain.'"

"At its most basic level, this is a story about relationships," he

says. "The love that these characters experience in many ways

transcends categories of gay and straight; this is a universal love

story."

The focus on the movie's love story has been central to the planning

of the movie from the very beginning. According to Newsweek, the

movie's producer, James Schamus, told director Ang Lee early on that

the film would be marketed directly to one audience. "Yes, of course,"

said Lee, "the gay audience." No," Schamus replied, "women."

Schamus says he, too, hasn't heard rumors of a brewing outcry against

the movie. "We're not really getting a sense there's much to talk

about on that front, or that there ever will be," he told Salon by

e-mail. He has previously made it clear he's not interested in taking

on people who object to the film's content. "If you have a problem

with the subject matter, that's your problem, not mine," Schamus told

Newsweek. "It would be great if you got over your problem, but I'm not

sitting here trying to figure out how to help you with it."

They may be backing off from a coordinated attack, but when pressed,

they certainly can't hide their disdain for it. "I don't think it's

going to be another 'Philadelphia,' because it's one thing to garner

sympathy for a man dying of AIDS; it's another to tell America that

they should accept two cowboys lusting after each other," says the

Culture & Family Institute's Knight. He also brushes off the potential

effect of an Oscar nomination or win -- which helped catapult

"Philadelphia" into mainstream consciousness -- by citing a canard

about the failure of Oliver Stone's biopic on Alexander the Great. "I

don't think it will matter. I mean, look, 'Alexander' was doomed when

word got around that it had a bisexual aspect to it. People don't want

to see that. They don't want to see two guys going at it. It's that

simple."

While Stone was among those blaming the rumors of bisexuality for his

film's dismal box-office showing, it has to be said that the critical

reaction to "Alexander" was almost universally negative, a fact that

probably had more to do with its financial failure than did its hero's

implied bisexuality. "Brokeback," on the other hand, was generating

Oscar buzz as soon as it premiered, and Heath Ledger is already

heavily favored for a best actor nomination.

Oddly, there's more outrage over the perceived damage the film will do

to the hallowed masculine image of cowboys. A story about the movie in

the Casper (Wyoming) Star-Tribune -- cited by Matt Drudge -- quotes

lifelong resident and playwright Sandy Dixon as saying she doesn't

know a single gay cowboy: "There's nothing better than plain old

cowboys and the plain old history without embellishing it to suit

everyone." Or, as Knight puts it: "A cowboy who's lusting after his

buddy isn't fit to wear cowboy boots." (Curtis Monk, who leads an

AIDS-awareness program and also coordinates events for Wyoming

Equality, tends to disagree. "I alone personally know 15 gay cowboys

who come to our dances.")

But Knight is really fired up about the affront to the ghosts of

westerns past: "I think this shows that Hollywood can pervert

anything. Part of the enduring appeal of westerns is the display of

brotherhood, unhindered by sexualization. You often hear the phrase

'to be a straight-shooter.' That means to speak plain truths and walk

easily amid the natural bonds of affection, without the distraction of

misplaced sexual urges. In other words, the audience can relax. Their

hero is not going to get weird on them.

"The western was a morality tale, so to make immorality the heart of

this western is to violate the code of westerns. That's why it's not

going to work."

Lee, talking to the Hollywood Reporter, has actually insisted the

movie is "not a Western. No gunslingers. I don't want to undermine the

sanctified image of the American Western man. It's a love story of

real people in the West."

There's also more than a slight tinge of boosterism going on here, in

the face of "Brokeback" opening against "The Lion, the Witch, and the

Wardrobe." Knight links box-office success with moral authority. "You

know, that's going to be quite a contrast," he says. "You're going to

have a roll-out of a film that's going to be a blockbuster, and it

reflects basic Christian values, going up against a limited release of

a movie that mocks traditional morality. And I'll betcha I know which

one is going to win.

"I think Ang Lee is off his rocker if he thinks he can have the same

commercial success with two cowboys instead of a cowboy and a cowgirl,

as other movies do."

The comparison, though, is deeply flawed. "Narnia," with its $150

million budget and months-long P.R. campaign behind it, is a bigger

movie opening on a much greater scale (more than 3,000 screens).

"Brokeback," with a budget of $13 million, is technically considered

an independent film, and will open on only five screens, according to

BoxOfficeMojo.com.

But still, the Narnia phenomenon may be in part responsible for the

general silence on "Brokeback" by siphoning off a lot of effort that

might otherwise have gone into a campaign. Sprigg cites Ted Baehr,

chairman of the Christian Film and Television Commission and publisher

of the Christian magazine Movieguide, who has called for a different

approach to influencing pop culture. "The idea is that rather than a

negative response of boycotts and picketing and things like that, to

encourage a positive response to movies that portray positive values,"

Sprigg says. "And particularly, I've seen articles encouraging people

to go see some of these positive movies on the first weekend because

the first weekend box office has a lot of influence on how the film is

received overall. I think that may be more of a growing response."

That's certainly going to be the response with "The Lion, the Witch,

and the Wardrobe," with many churches purchasing group tickets in

advance and planning bus trips to theaters.

No matter how it does at the box office, neither the film's producers

nor its detractors on the right get to ultimately decide how

"Brokeback Mountain" will play out in the culture, whether it will be

a defining moment, the way "Ellen" was in 1997, or just the butt of

more "South Park" jokes. (Cartman once defined independent movies as

"those black-and-white hippie movies. They're always about gay cowboys

eating pudding.") But even Knight admits there's a chance the film

will be the big event of the weekend.

"Maybe after years of MTV shoving sexual license in kids' faces

there's a whole new generation ready for two cowboys going after each

other instead of the cowgirl," says Knight, "but I hope not."

-- By Scott Lamb

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pls la

singapore is a free country but ban gays and lebian shows la.. so how to see?

go JB see loh :lol::lol::lol::lol:

Not true Skylancer, you didn't notice it, there were a few censored gay films shown recently in our cinemas, I saw once a German film recently (abt 3-4 months ago, can’t remember the title), then Lanyu was also shown here and some times ago another Ang Lee’s Taiwanese film ‘The Wedding Banquet and I missed a few....

The most disappointed gay films were last year’s Spore Film Festival, was queued for almost 1hr, 1 ticket was $10 each and then bought 4-5 gay related theme films (films from Thai, China, Taiwan, etc) and all were lousy ….. never go anymore to film festival :swear:

a good oral sex makes your day, a good anal sex makes your "hole weak"

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Ahem,,I've seen the show. It's beautifully shot and good. From the reviews I thought it's a show about 2 straight lonely men doing no more than jacking each other off for sexual relief and the emphasis is on their platonic straight friendship.

Even though the sex part in the tent was fast and over in a moment. I think the straights may not have any idea what that involved because not much nudity was shown.

Make no mistake about it, they really do know rough gay sex. From the moment I saw the 2 men, my gaydar immediately guessed who's top and who's bottom. Enis with the deep voice, brooding moods and husky built should be the top, Jack with the pretty blue eyes and pretty face should be the bottom. Like any nosy fag, I was waiting for the sex scene for confirmation.

In the tent, they wrestled and Jack was the sexually proactive one. Enis was the hesistant one. But when the hormones got the better of him, he ripped off Jack's pants and the very brief view of Jack's very white bottom said it all. Though it was not shown, the thought of Enis pounding Jack's ass got me hot because I had that kind of experience before ;) Straights without the experiences wil probably think of the scene as being only symbolic of sex and thought no more of it.

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The most disappointed gay films were last year’s Spore Film Festival, was queued for almost 1hr, 1 ticket was $10 each and then bought 4-5 gay related theme films (films from Thai, China, Taiwan, etc) and all were lousy ….. never go anymore to film festival :swear:

Yeah, I also went to last year's film Spore Film Festival, all the gays film were so disappointed :yuk: , the only good one was Lesbian film from Hongkong :thumb:

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Brokeback Mountain will be screened in Singapore.

There will be a charity premiere on 8 Feb at Shaw Lido One cinema, in aid of Action for AIDS.

The details can be found at http://www.fridae.com/brokebackmountain

I have seen this movie at the premiere last week. It was packed with PLUs.

The movie itself was abit draggy with sad ending, in line with most of the Gay movies. Glad the local authority allowed this movie to be screened here.

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Watched it yesterday afternoon at GV Grand. It was beautifully shot. Went with a straight friend and he say not really that good but an eye opener for him. But for me, i can relate and picture myself in thier shoes. But it's kinda a bit draggy and didn't expect the ending. Kinda sad lor..

Yeah, so many PLU yesterday also... :)

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Brokeback Mountain will be released (not charity or midnight preview) in Singapore on Thursday, Feb16 at the Lido Cinema. Catch it before it's gone. It's a good movie that has already won a few awards and has 8 dominations for the coming Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor.

Here is a list of awards and nominations for this moive. Still counting...

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/afp.../188561/1/.html

http://movies2.nytimes.com/gst/movies/movie.html?v_id=301840

It's by the award winning director (Lee Ang) who brought you the following movies in the past:

The Wedding Banquet (1993)

Eat Drink Man Woman (1994)

Sense and Sensibility (1995)

Ice Storm (1997)

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000) won four Academy Awards in 2001

Check out the official movie website:

http://www.brokebackmountain.com/

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Wow.........im touched by this movie.

PLUs..... i recommend to watch this movie.............

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Thank you for your recommendation, I will be watching it on this coming Sun afternoon.

It would be very proud for Lee Ang as an Asian Oriental, if he able to get an Academy Awards Oscar. First time, I watched his gay theme film was 'The Wedding Banquet' starring by the goodlooking Winston Chow.

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This movie is totaly sick. :yuk: Homosexuality is noting more than a mental illness that can be cured. Accepting count-nature behavior will lead up to a disfunctional society. Why, in the nature, there are no gay animals? Because homosexuality canot lead to life but to extermination by itself. This is a wrong error to thing that this behavior is right because we will never be able to break natural laws without undergo the consequence.

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This movie is totaly sick. :yuk:   Homosexuality is noting more than a mental illness that can be cured. Accepting count-nature behavior will lead up to a disfunctional society. Why, in the nature, there are no gay animals? Because homosexuality canot lead to life but to extermination by itself. This is a wrong error to thing that this behavior is right because we will never be able to break natural laws without undergo the consequence.

I am surprised that there are still people who believe that homosexuality is a mental illness as in ancient times. Many open societies has studied and accepted that its not a mental illness. However, I agree with you that it will not lead to another life. And, maybe that God's way of controlling the population in this world, instead of having to introduce more wars, pestilence and diseases to wipe out part of it.

Yes, I agree with you, homosexuality could indeed be a mental illness for some. They are so obsessed with gay sex, even though they are not gay to start with. However, as for others, it's not a matter of choice. They are only attracted to men and allergic to women. Forcing these gay men to get married and have babies will only lead to dysfunctional society. And remember, these gay men have need for intimacy just as you straight guys do.

So, what is the consequence of breaking this natural law? You don't produce an offspring. And, maybe that will eventually exterminate the gay population. Sometimes, a society is dysfunctional because it's too rigid. In societies where homosexuality is widely accepted, they have never become dysfunctional.

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Why, in the nature, there are no gay animals?

Don't mind Tony, he is just an ignorant closet homosexual playing devil's advocate. Everyone know homosexuality exists in the animal kingdom.

Google "animal homosexuality" and a million pages will prove that to you. This fact is now so common knowledge that it is an accepted fact that gays are born that way.

An extremely detailed book, "Biological Exuberance : Animal Homosexuality and Natural Diversity" by Bruce Bagemihl, documented as much as 450 species of animals engaging in sustained and occasional homosexual pairings. I am sure most of us have read about the gay penguins in New York Central Park Zoo.

A review from from Publishers Weekly about this book:

A brilliant and important exercise in exposing the limitations of received opinion, this book presents to the lay reader and specialist alike an exhaustively argued case that animals have multiple shades of sexual orientation. The book is broken into two sections, the second containing species "portraits" detailing recorded homosexual/transgendered behaviors. The main portion of the book sets out to reveal and, indeed, revel in the documented evidence to date that some 450 species engage in both sustained and occasional "gay," "lesbian" and transgendered pairing, parenting and play. Animals (both heterosexual and homosexual) also rape and divorce, commit "child" abuse and infidelity and can be lifelong celibates. Human claims to uniqueness in this arena are shown to be increasingly difficult to maintain. The overall effect is to detonate the myth that animals are solely driven by heterosexual reproductive urges, as Bagemihl, a biologist, amasses evidence with case study after case study of species ranging from whiptail lizards to bottlenose dolphins, flamingoes, vampire bats and giraffes. But his book offers more than a zoological laundry list. Biologists who have long classified these behaviors as taking place only in "abnormal" conditions or as "pseudo-copulation," "mistakes," "practicing" and domineering sexual bullying are frequently shown to be willfully ignoring behavior that does not reflect their own worldview or accepted scientific thought. What might so easily have turned into a tub-thumping activist tract hitched to the need for acceptance of homosexuality among humans is instead elevated to a hugely inclusive, celebratory biological interpretation of the world. Bagemihl convincingly overturns previous inviolable "truths" that scarcity and functionality are the prime agents of biological change, and advances instead the idea that abundance and extravagance?"biological exuberance"?are just as crucial to the mosaic of life.

So what do you have to say Tony? Come on, be true to yourself. You don't know why but you like to see naked men don't ya? Sure you do. That's why you went to see Brokeback Mountain right? :twisted:

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The Queen of Talk Shows, Oprah Winfrey, will be shown interviewing the Brokeback actors this Sunday on cable tv channel 18 (StarWorld) at 8 p.m. :clap:

I read in one of the forum saying that Oprah is a lesbian ?? Anyway, can’t watch as I don’t subscribe for Channel 18 :oops:

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No bad, that the film received 3 Oscar awards and Ang Lee is the 1st Asian to receive an Oscar Award :thumb:

Achievement in Directing

BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN

Ang Lee

Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures (Original Score)

BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN

Gustavo Santaolalla

Adapted Screenplay

BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN

Screenplay by Larry McMurtry & Diana Ossana

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Though emotions and urges were real but that does not means it is right or good. The need for love and affections are just shadows of our deeper longings that we may not even realised. Everyone who loves must pay the price for even God who love us paid the price. Everything is permissible but not all things are beneficial.

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Though emotions and urges were real but that does not means it is right or good. The need for love and affections are just shadows of our deeper longings that we may not even realised. Everyone who loves must pay the price for even God who love us paid the price.

> Though emotions and urges were real but that does not means it is right or good.

Define *good* or *right*.

> The need for love and affections are just shadows of our deeper longings that we may > not even realised.

The need for love and affection is fundamental to human beings unless of course if you are an alien from the great beyond. Sounds like that is where you are coming from or perhaps some loony bin.

> Everything is permissible but not all things are beneficial.

Did you get this from some fortune cookie written by a twelve-year old? Never heard such infantile codswallop in my life. How old are you?

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This movie is totaly sick. :yuk: Homosexuality is noting more than a mental illness that can be cured. Accepting count-nature behavior will lead up to a disfunctional society. Why, in the nature, there are no gay animals? Because homosexuality canot lead to life but to extermination by itself. This is a wrong error to thing that this behavior is right because we will never be able to break natural laws without undergo the consequence.

actually,

there ARE gay animals in nature.

you can find them if you sit long enough watching animal planets

and discovery.

also,

nature books do write about them.

but then of course,

being such an ignorant and myopic nincompoop (do you even know what that means?)

as you are, perhaps you will think the scientists (probably gay too!) make them up.

wat matters more,

is that underneath the gender,

lie two souls that are in love.

learn to see beyond,

tony.

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The Korean box-office hit "King and The Clown" will show in Singapore from June 22nd, based on a triangular gay love story. It has been called the "Brokeback Mountain" of Korea.

It's the story of two clowns, Kong-gil (Lee Joon-ki) and Jang-seng (Kam Woo-sung), living in the Chosun Dynasty (16th century), condemned to death by the King for their satirical plays, unless they succeed to make him laugh. After their first success, they are allowed to stay in the palace and to stage new plays for the King, who starts to develop a strong attraction to the androgynous Kong-gil.

Can check trailer at King and The Clown.

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The Korean box-office hit "King and The Clown" will show in Singapore from June 22nd, based on a triangular gay love story. It has been called the "Brokeback Mountain" of Korea.

It's the story of two clowns, Kong-gil (Lee Joon-ki) and Jang-seng (Kam Woo-sung), living in the Chosun Dynasty (16th century), condemned to death by the King for their satirical plays, unless they succeed to make him laugh. After their first success, they are allowed to stay in the palace and to stage new plays for the King, who starts to develop a strong attraction to the androgynous Kong-gil.

Can check trailer at King and The Clown.

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.... definetely must watch film, the Korean actor Kam Woo-Sung is one sexiest actor ...

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... the Korean gay film is starting tomorrow in our cinemas.

Well just caught the film last night but really think it was just a slightly average show with the ocassional comedy in it. The story plots ard the 2 main actors and I thought they seemed like loving each other but did not express it.

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Another "gay theme" movie which is showing the cinema and should not be missed is C.R.A.Z.Y. The movie is about the "growing-up" of a gay boy -- Zac. Nice songs and music in the movie too.

It's a story of two love affairs. A father's love for his five sons. And one son's love for his father, a love so strong it compels him to live a lie. That son is Zac Beaulieu, born on the 25th of December 1960, different from all his brothers, but desperate to fit in. During the next 20 years, life takes Zac on a surprising and unexpected journey that ultimately leads him to accept his true nature -- being gay! and, even more importantly, leads his father to love him for who he really is. A mystical fable about a modern-day Christ-like figure, "C.R.A.Z.Y" exudes the beauty, the poetry and the madness of the human spirit in all its contradictions.

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Will go watch the movie. I watched "Almost Love". Also a Korean love story, the storyline is simple, but very entertaining and touching........ :rolleyes::rolleyes:

Yeah you are right, the film "Almost Love' acting by Kwon Sung-Woo (KSW) was a good film to watch especially for those who like KSW.

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