One day, Min-so impulsively has sex with a man who works in a public bath, an experience that lends him a new-found confidence, but at a heavy price. Sophie Hyde (Australia) 15mins At 6am Jeremy and Mark will go their separate ways. Brent Anbe (Hawaii, USA) 25mins Fuelled by their schoolgirl hormones, three Ajummas , aka Korean soap fanatics - the lovable Judy, Susan the gruff-tough one, and Amy the sassy tart - go on a hilarious journey to try and meet Korean superstar Michael Park by stealing his itinerary, breaking into his hotel room, and sneaking on to his music video set.
Their last ten hours together over one hot night will be punctuated with friends, fights and frustrations as they wait it out, each dealing with the loss of love in their own way. Darcy Prendergast (Australia) 7mins With only one male grey panda left in the entire world, Ron the zookeeper is sent in to get a sperm sample, no matter what.
A lot of people might forget to take that into consideration because in Michigan, those rates might be more than your car payment”, says Zebra's Neil Richardson.
You can also save money by purchasing a policy in full, raise your deductible and bundle your auto insurance with your homeowners or rental insurance.
He has plans to bring them back together with a crafty gadget, but little does he know that a certain bad habit of one of the women will also come into play. Lee Sung-eun (Korea) 19mins A cute and comic film about first love and sexual identity.
Rising stars Xavier Samuel and Callan Mc Auliffe put their own twist on traditional coming out fables in Craig Boreham s second contribution to the Boys On Film library, Drowning and the Berlin Film Festival Crystal Bear winner, Franswa Sharl. Craig Boreham (Australia) 20mins Things are changing for Mik.
His world has been turned upside down by the sudden death of his big brother forcing him to redefine his place in his family and the world. Hannah Hilliard (Australia) 14mins On a family holiday to Fiji, twelve year old Greg s creative pursuits fail to amuse his father.
Here in Michigan, the no fault law has remained the same for over 40 years.
There have been multiple attempts in the legislature to change it, but so far, all have failed.