Who's up for a sensual, seductive and truly unique trip through short, queer Mexican cinema with some of the hottest Latin men that have ever graced the screen? Mexican Men collects five of the most accomplished recent gay shorts from South of the Border - where some very exciting, expressive and groundbreaking LGBT cinema is being produced. With casual encounters, emerging love stories and deeply touching connections, this unusual, completely exclusive compilation is guaranteed to stir your heart... and your loins.
Tremulo (20 min.)
Carlos sweeps and mops the floor of an old-time barbershop. The day before Independence Day, among the customers is Julio. Their eyes meet, and when the barbershop closes Julio comes back for Carlos. They spend the night together, eating, chatting and even dancing, knowing full well that this encounter will be brief and short-lived.
Young Man at the Bar Masturbating with Rage and Nerve (22 min.)
Dance and prostitution play the same role for Cristhian's body. Desire, technique and sex intertwine, granting coherence to a way of life that offers many answers to few questions; a leitmotiv that reconciles opposites and contradictions; answers that are sometimes painful, like all truths.
Wandering Clouds (13 min.)
Two beautiful young men meet at the swimming pool. They dance in the water. They are like wandering clouds. But not for an homophobic spectator who tries to interfere.
Atmosphere (20 min.)
Cecilia, Alberto and Felipe live caught in a strange epidemic that has plagued the abandoned the streets of a coast town. Suddenly, an incontrollable desire them to leave in search of the sea.
To Live (10 min.)
To live is to dream and to fight to communicate and ward off loneliness. In this sexually-charged experimental, two men find each other in a time of need.