From an apparent immaculate conception to the heartache of young love and a theatre troop with the sole goal to make us laugh, this collection of the best and brightest Franco shorts hits all the right notes.
In the days following Pearl Harbour, a young man must decide whether to serve overseas or stay in New York with his streetwise male lover.
Aging stripper Eddy isn’t the superstar he once was. Patrons are bored with him, his regulars are blowing him off, and he’s coping with it all by self-medicating with drugs and booze. After a night of harsh rejections, he notices an elderly man staring from across the club. Desperate for attention and money, Eddy offers him a dance, however once alone in the private booth, things take an unexpected turn.
Present day. The HIV/AIDS crisis has been all but halted by advancements in treatment, but a cure has yet to materialize. In a community centre rec room, a group living with the virus convenes weekly. In comes Sam, a mysterious young man, actively pursuing what most of them would gladly give up.
The newest member of a minor league hockey team, Ray fights to have ice time after being hazed and finds the courage to be comfortable in his own skin.
In this celebrated, award-winning short film, a chance encounter between two New Yorkers, one of whom happens to be deaf, transforms their lives in the most unexpected, challenging, and romantic way imaginable.
An autobiographical doc that tells the story of Little Potato's journey growing up gay in the Soviet Union before and after the fall of communism, his mother's struggles to create a better life for them both, and their eventual escape to America via her becoming a mail-order bride.
The non-donor father in a gay relationship struggles to come to terms with being the father to a child that is not biologically his.
When the truth behind a family myth is exposed, a young boy finds the strength to stand up for himself in an unusual way.