These five award-winning coming of age short films offer a glimpse of how boys and young men tackle life's difficult desires: confronting one's demons, understanding sexual relationships, gaining the respect of one's father, or simply running away from it all. This is only the start of their complex formative years, where not every question has an answer, and not every answer makes sense.
"KOKO" is an extraordinary story of a young financial guru (Randy) who suffers a lifetime of heartaches only to discover that the one purest form of love was found in his only true companion - his dog (Koko). This is a remarkable love story with a triumphant and spectacularly happy ending. It's about a young accounting executive, RANDY, who lives through hard life issues ranging from heartbreak to job loss - ...Randy later adopts a dog named Koko and with the gentle companionship of his new trusted friend, finds a new lease on life and love. As he heals from all of his wounds, he finds himself immediately bonding with Koko, like all pure and natural love does. His concern and empathy blossoms and is innocent and pure in nature. There is no malice, designs on self-gain or otherwise, and his relationship with Koko is purely one of the greatest emotions - LOVE. Randy feels a connection so deep that the only way he can express his commitment to Koko is through the bonds of matrimony.