An 18-year-old Korean orphan relocates from the country to Seoul with one thing in mind: won (money). The son of the factory owner where the lost soul works falls in love with the orphan and so begins a chase that borders on (OK, is) stalking.

The twist: The orphan is a boy who hasn’t told anyone he’s gay. After the boy looses his factory job and leaves his chauffeur job, he ends up working as a prostitute in a karaoke bar.

Highly erotic – billed as the first true gay film from Korea – No Regret deals with class, morality, love, lust and deep psychological scars. One of the more interesting aspects of the film is that it blurs the lines between male/female sexuality; the Korean men are sometimes so pretty they appear feminine.

Grade: B

No Regret releases in select theaters July 25.