If American film studios popped out as many bright same-sex love stories in the manner of Blue Is the Warmest Color as European independent film houses, we’d all be better off. Until that day, you can catch one of the best coming-of-age love stories in recent years at Busboys and Poets. The Dutch film Zomer, which translates in English as the season we’re currently sweating through, focuses on the sexual self-discovery and carefree adolescence of 16-year-old Anne. While her friends frolic in fields, ride bikes on dirt roads, and swim in lakes, Anne understands that something is different about her. It isn’t until she meets Lena, in all her leather jacket-wearing, motorbike-riding glory, that things become clear. Both attracted and confused, Anne and Lena learn more about themselves by interacting with each other, bending the impressions of their small village’s residents, and experiencing fleeting summer love. Zomer’s themes are not completely original, but since you can’t see this much diversity at your typical multiplex, Tagg Magazine and ZAMI, a queer arts and culture series, are bringing the film to a familiar and welcoming place. The film shows at 6:30 p.m. at Busboys and Poets 14th & V, 2021 14th St. NW. $5. (202) 387-7638. busboysandpoets.com.