6. Julio, Tenoch, Luisa (Y Tu Mama Tambien) – The love story in this 2001 Mexican film is a bit of a doozy: Julio and Tenoch are two friends on the cusp of manhood who meet Luisa, a married woman who decides to accompany the two on a road trip to find a secluded beach. Throughout their adventure, the boys do their best to impress the older Luisa with stories of their past sexual escapades often exaggerating or completing making up tales from their past. Luisa’s honesty about her life and her beauty immediately draw in the young men as they both fight for her affection or a good blow-J in their hotel room. The film culminates in a three-way where both men begin to passionately kiss each other leaving them confused the next morning. After Luisa leaves them behind, Julio and Tenoch return to their lives, break up with their girlfriends and inexplicably end their relationship aside from a chance encounter a few years later at a coffee shop. No one ends up happily ever after in the end, but they learn the depths of male friendship and the fluidity and impossibility to define sexuality and relationships.