Sergio Tovar Velarde directed and co-wrote this 2014 film. What drew me to it was how recognizable characters and situations were. I saw some of my young adulthood in the story about the two college friends. I understood their situation, the feelings and the heartbreak. The Catholic schoolboy's confessional scene in church made me think "Been there, done that." There's also heart in this movie -- heart and compassion, wit and surprise. The director has a cast of very good actors to tell his stories. In each story, you see that the male is brave to be honest at some point about his sexuality. He's brave because there's the risk of rejection from family, church and society. There's a physical risk. There's also the risk of self-loathing and loneliness. It's obvious that the director/writer cares about people. He cares about the people in his film. I think you'll care about them too.
There is male nudity in this film. Front and back nudity. You will see two men making love. You will have to read the movie because it's subtitled. If you can handle that, look for this good movie on Netflix. 4 MOONS runs about 1 hour and 50 minutes.