All Over The Place
Zach’s life is completely upended when performance anxiety in the bedroom leads to a life-shattering accusation: his girlfriend exclaims, “I think you’re gay!” and Zach is left with a burning question: “Is she right?”
In a God-fearing village, local goldsmith Alain delivers wedding rings to gay couple Sam and Daan.
Unable to pluck up the courage to tell his girlfriend he’s gay, Spencer comes across Sammy the talking salmon who offers to get his love-life back on track.
Stuck living as a full-time care-giver for his elderly mother Andy receives a surprise intervention from his fabulous childhood imaginary friend.
This is a family affair, and Rory is on familiar ground. He knows each burly man who comes in for a mid-dance piss break, and his dad is playing the fiddle in the band. But Dan, his visiting boyfriend, couldn’t be further out of place. Once questions over masculinity and communication are brought to the fore, their conversation unfurls into a flaming row, paused by urinating family friends, and underscored by the rising ceilidh music coming through the wall.
Grace must prove that her pray-away-the-gay dog therapy works by trying to cure Fergis the Pug of his homosexuality.
Carmelo thinks it was better with Franco. He moves (against his will) to the house of his daughter and son-in-law where he provokes a crazy and unsustainable situation.
Chunho falls in love after delivering dumplings to Eric, an American lawyer living in Hong Kong. Their love for food and cheesy 70s music bring them together, but the class difference between the two of them eventually gets in the way.
A Daddy, a Twink, a Bear and a Hunk are cruising in a suburban neighborhood of Montreal.