Set in Vancouver, this bland 40-minute comedy drama by Desiree Lim follows two parallel story lines that intersect awkwardly near the end. In the first, a lesbian couple contemplates tying the knot after British Columbia ratifies same-sex marriages, though one of them still has to come out of the closet with her tradition-minded Malaysian parents; in the second, a cheesy parody of knee-jerk liberalism, the 14-year-old hero declares his homosexuality to his earnest, politically correct family. Also on the program is Lim?s superior short Some Real Fangs (34 min.), about a lesbian vampire trying to cop the blood of her true love in time for a lunar eclipse that occurs every 120 years. (JK)