K-11 (2012) is a cell block for gay and transgender inmates at Los Angeles County Jail. There is, in fact, such a cell block, but it's nothing like this movie.
Record producer Raymond Saxx (Goran Visnijic) awakens from a drug blackout to find himself in a room full of transwomen with big breasts who sleep with butch gay men, and effeminate gay men, all black, who don't sleep with anyone. At first he thinks he's in an insane asylum, but soon he realizes that he's in K-11.
He doesn't belong there; he's "not crazy" (that is, not gay).
They spend their time doing each other's hair, having fashion shows, having sex with each other and with guards, doing drugs -- cocaine is plentiful -- and living in fear of cell block leader Mousey (Kate de Castillo playing a transwoman).
Meanwhile guard Lt. Johnson (D. B. Sweeney) controls the cocaine trade in exchange for sex with the inmates, using the go-between Ben (Jason Mewes, who you may know as the homophobic Jay from the Clerks movies).
Meanwhile he has his own problems: he's being charged with the murder of songwriter Ian Sheffield (Craig Owens), who was having an affair with his wife. She agrees to say that it was an accident if h hands over his entire fortune except for his car, his chauffeur, and $30,000. He agrees, gives $13,000 of it to Mousey, and rides off with his chauffeur in his bathrobe, a free man.
Has anyone in the cast and crew ever met an actual gay person before, or are they depending on movies from the 1970s...um, I mean from the 1950s....actually, from the "pansy craze" of the 1920s?
Ok, what clueless troglodyte wrote this mess? Jules Stewart, a script supervisor with only two writing credits, the other being about a brother and sister who are accidentally trapped in the Van Gogh painting One Starry Night (okay.....). Her daughter, Kristen Stewart, was originally going to play Mousey, but dropped out. I wonder why.
And Jared Kurt, a location manager. This is his only writing credit, but he played Lt. Killjoy in The Republic (2010).
The top photo, by the way, is Ian Nelson, who has a minor role as a guard.