At night, he is a drag-queen;
in reality, he is a Taoist priest.
The most traditional occupation and the most untraditional love.
Converged in-between the death of lover and the ritual of calling his soul home.
The most vernacular splendour and the most splendid queer world,
exotic and warm; absurd but sincere.
This is a love film in/out the liminality of life and death.
Love Me, If You Can
You'll Never Be Alone
Rebels on Pointe
About a Father