Asuka is a hopeful model who moves to Tokyo to seek after her profession. She moves into a little condo with a companion of a companion, Kasumi. An unusual homicide happens in the lodging over the road. The body was damaged and re-positioned into an offensive show-stopper. After this, a series of murders begin happening all around the two young ladies, as though some crazed sequential executioner was tailing them. At the location of every wrongdoing, the culprit leaves a dark lip print, and is along these lines named "The Black Kiss.
A previous kid entertainer goes to school looking for autonomy and winds up getting impractically engaged with a female teacher. Their relationship flourishes until a chance to come back to acting powers her to settle on life changing choices.
Boy Meets Girl is an interesting, delicate, sex positive lighthearted comedy that investigates being a genuine man or lady, and that it is so critical to carry on with a valiant life not letting dread substitute the method of pursuing your fantasies.
Three days in the life of four companions after which there's no returning. That second in your life when everything changes for eternity. The innocent Liza (Redstone) and the girly Sally (Anderson) live in an untidy London level, where they devour rather a great deal of liquor and medications. Sally is working in a bistro, while Liza chips away at tunes for their post-punk band. In any case, Liza is likewise overwhelmed by envy over Sally's ex, who lives in Germany. Kanchi Wichmann's promising presentation contains a lot of sights, sounds and vibes that will be comfortable to those familiar with the east London strange scene – in fact, an opportune feeling of spot is one of the qualities of this twentysomething dramatization.
Butch Jamie follows the tale of Jamie, a battling butch lesbian entertainer who gets cast as a man in a film. The primary plot is a lighthearted comedy between Jamie's male adjust inner self, "Male Jamie," and Jill, a hetero lady on set.