Perhaps this theme has been told in several different ways, but its message remains relevant and worthy. However, to see, sense, feel, and experience the trials and tribulations of the past when it was ‘illegal’ to be homosexual (gay) still resonates today and bears being repeated lest we slip back into thinking that the good old days were somehow a Golden Age. They were not.
If you are an ardent fan of “The Lost Tomb” series; then it is a known fact that each adaptation in this popular franchise hints at the unhindered “Bromance” between the lead couples (PingXie & HeiHua).
Touted as a dramatic comedy with LGBTQ overtones, The Invisible Thread is a story that seemingly appears to be based upon a true experience. While there are some depictions that are based on actual events, the storyline is completely fictional. Regrettably, this movie is a hit-and-miss viewing experience that only comes alive towards the end.
There should be a disclamer to anyone wanting to watch Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga, don’t go into it expecting or hoping for a queer love story; that is not what the movie is about.
Takumi-kun Series 1: And The Spring Breeze Whispers (2007) is a movie that speaks volumes about the early works of the BL genre.
Aka ‘Ex-boyfriend’s Recipe’—and, no, I did not make that up.
“We may have all come on different ships, but we’re in the same boat now.”– Martin Luther King, Jr.
No matter the century, humanity, in some form or fashion, has a need to destroy and subjugate beautiful things. The mentality applied is that the people doing the oppression “hate” the uniquely beautiful culture, skin tone, race that isn’t them.
This is a coming-of-age movie. Classified as a romcom, it seemed more like a journey through painful adolescent and misfortunes.
Loss is a universal theme that touches everyone in unique ways that are personal to them.