To Ride a Cow

Quentin Lee

1992, 24:00 minutes, colour, English


To Ride a Cow is a seriously playful narrative that explores a queer menage-a-trois between a gay Chinese boy, a bisexual half-white-half-asian boy and a straight Korean girl.

"Ride a cow to find a horse" is the pseudo-proverb that describes the bisexual's politics, opening up questions of solidarity [between feminism and queerness] and power (who's the bottom boy?) in the background of race (asian-ness) and sexuality (gay, straight, bisexual).

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