Short Film Pleasure

Romance Short Films

On Top Down Under
NSFW WARNING: video contains nudity. ON TOP - Iceland, a lighthouse, a cold winter evening. Her thoughts drift back to that summer ... to bathing in the hot springs ... to when they first met ... and embraced. DOWN UNDER - Australia, the desert, a blistering heat ...
Vicky and Sam
While working at the local video store, Vicky meets Sam, who quickly becomes a regular costumer. Both fall in love, ignoring the true reason for their rendez-vous. Directed by Nuno Rocha / Portugal / 2010
Shaking Tokyo
"Shaking Tokyo" is about an agoraphobic man, called hikikomori in Japanese. He sustains himself on pizza, living off of money left to him by his father. One day, he does the unthinkable: he makes eye contact with a pretty delivery girl — the first eyes ...
Mon Oeil!
Une histoire d'amour oculaire, pour les yeux seulement... Elegantly shot and constructed, Mon Oeil (My Eye) combines delusion and daydreams; its main character, a film student, obsesses over an eye peeping through a peephole. Won 2005 Cannes Short Film Corner "Silence, on court!" online competition. Directed by Anh Minh ...
De L’air
A woman goes to the swimming pool. But nothing seems to be easy for her. All she wants is some fresh air. Directed by Alexis Mallet / France / 2004
Nuit Blanche
Explores a fleeting moment between two strangers, revealing their brief connection in a hyper real fantasy. "Many things are working in concert to make this terrific film work. Sound design with original score is accentuating each point the director is trying to make. The ...
Beirut, I Love You (I Love You Not)
A Beirut-ish tribute to Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Amelie Poulain, about (fleeting) love & the little pleasures in life, all set and in relation with the very inspiring city of Beirut. Directed by Mounia Akl & Cyril Aris / Lebanon / 2009
Things Wong Kar-Wai Taught Me About Love
Sex... longing... rejection... and pain. Inspired by the themes explored in the films of Hong Kong film director Wong Kar-Wai, this is a checklist of what to expect from modern love. THINGS WONG KAR-WAI TAUGHT ME ABOUT LOVE 1. You will fall in love only once. Obstacles ...
Although based upon fairly adult concepts, this is not a particularly visual film, but rather uses dialogue and implied visuals to tell a passionate story. Directed by David Hamilton / USA / 2006
The Secret Adventures Of Sleepy Men
After a cheerful marriage and honeymoon, a young wife discovers that her husband spends his nights in some unusual places. Love and adventure can come in really unexpected ways. Directed by Karoly Ujj Meszaros / Hungary / 2008
Left Unspoken
Have you ever loved someone but didn't have the courage to tell them how you feel? The final moments of a long awaited first date unfold in this sometimes funny, sometimes serious romantic film. Tropfest Australia 2009 Finalist Directed by Avi Lewin / Australia / 2009
A young man falls in love with a young woman sitting at the back of a Parisian taxi… Great story and cinematography! Directed by David Bertram / France
Little Man
A touching story about a boy and his homework, and his attempt to understand girls. Directed by Esben Tønnesen / Denmark / 2006
Ah, L’Amour
A guy keeps getting painfully rejected (bodily harm) when he asks girls out. Directed by Don Hertzfeldt / USA / 1995
Where do you find love? Sometimes all you need is a sign. A simple short film about communication. Directed by Patrick Hughes / Australia / 2008