Blue is the Warmest Color // French Film Review

Welcome to Queer Fudanshi. Let’s Talk! In this post we’re going to be talking about Blue is the Warmest Color.  Blue is the Warmest Color is a 2013 French lesbian film. IMDb’s synoposis of the film is: Adèle’s life is changed when she meets Emma, a young woman with blue hair, who will allow her to discover desire and to assert herself as a woman and as an adult. In front of others, Adèle grows, seeks herself, loses herself, and ultimately finds herself through love and loss. The Trailer My Thoughts…

My Bromance // Thai Film Review

Welcome to Queer Fudanshi! Let’s Talk. In this post we’re going to talk about My Bromance the film. My Bromance is a movie from Thailand from 2014 that starred Teerapat Lohanan and Pongsatorn Sripinta. Golf (played by Lohanan) grew up in a rich but emotionally broken household. In addition to the fact that Golf’s father is often on business trips, Golf himself is angry towards his neglectful father and the world for taking his mother away from him. It’s then that his father suddenly appears with  a new wife and teenage son nicknamed Bank (played by…

I Love You As A Man Uncut Version // Chinese Film Review (NSFW)

Welcome to Queer Fudanshi. Let’s talk. In this post we’re going to to talk about I Love You As A Man, the Uncut Version. I Love You As A Man is the first in a two part Chinese film/web series series titled Like Love. The film, which is based off of a novel, was released in 2014. In addition, it was directed by Chen Peng and stars Huang Li Ge and Kong Korn. The story follows university student Mai Ding. Mai Ding finds himself in an interesting situation. He’s asked to find out if the…

Moonlight // American Film Review

Welcome to Queer Fudanshi. Let’s Talk. In this post we’re going to talk about Moonlight. Moonlight is an American film that follows the life of Chiron. The film was adapted from the unproduced play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue by Tarell Alvin McCraney, the soon to be Chair of Playwriting at the Yale School of Drama. The story splits up moments in his life into three sections, one for childhood, his teenage years, and his adulthood separably. In addition, the film speaks about the different circumstances and trials Chiron has to go…

Will and Grace 2016 Election // American TV/Short Clip Review

Welcome to Queer Fudanshi. Let’s Talk. Today, we’re going to talk about the Will and Grace 2016 Election video. If you don’t know, Will and Grace was a American tv comedy that ran for 8 seasons between 1998 and 2006. The series followed best friends Will and Grace, and their two (more hilarious) friends Jack and Karen, as they lived out nearly a decade of friendship, love, breakups, career moves, and gay culture. Last month, the four main actors returned and recorded a special nine minute video to discuss the current American Presidential Election.…

The Out List // American Film Review

Welcome to Queer Fudanshi! Let’s talk. Today, we’re going to talk about The Out List. The Out List is an HBO documentary film that was released in 2013. The film interviews several LGBT people, both celebrities and lay people, about their life’s trials and triumphs concerning their Queer lives. Some people that were interviewed are Neil Patrick Harris, Wanda Sykes, Ellen DeGeneres, Lupe Valdez, R. Clark Cooper and more. An official synopsis and more information about the film can be found here on the project’s official website. The Trailer My…

Blue Girls Burn Fast – Amandla Stenberg (Short Film)

So I was on Tumblr Tuesday night, just shootin’ the breeze and enjoying the awesome nerdiness of the internet when Amandla Stenberg dropped her newest passion project. Imagine my surprise when I saw that there was a little link to a short film. Then imagine my surprise when I found out Stenberg wrote, produced, directed, AND edited the film.  Well of course with my knowledge of young Stenberg as an artist and visionary (seriously, she’s so young and I can already see a lifetime of achievement coming from her) I decided to…