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A woman sees the girl of her dreams on the train home from work. Will she dare take the plunge and ask for her number?
The Bus Pass received the Audience Award at the Hamburg International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival in 2011. It tells a delightful anecdote about “gay-dar.” On the bus on her way home, a woman sees the girl of her dreams sitting across from her. She wants to approach the girl, but she’s cautious because she is unsure whether the girl is gay or straight. This short episode about the secretive enjoyment of homosexuals trying to figure out if others are also homosexuals, their hesitation and delight presents the audience with a warm smile. (HONG So-in)
Narissa LEENarissa LEE
Narissa LEE hails from San Francisco. She earned a degree in Film and Digital Media and her short films have screened across the globe. The Bus Pass received the Audience Award for Best Lesbian Short at the Hamburg International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival 2011.