20-something Lake gets a job at a nursing home and becomes aware that he is less interested in his young girlfriend than he is in the senior citizen men at the home. When he perceives that a favorite male patient with whom he's become involved is being mistreated by the apathetic workers, he takes matters into his own hands. While I found this film's subject to be interesting, I felt the main character Lake seemed detached and not at all passionate as most 20-somethings would be. 3 out of 5 stars.
Love Is Strange
When George is fired from his job at a Catholic school for getting married to his partner of many years, the couple has to sell their Manhattan apartment. They are unable to find a new place to live before they must move out, so each man must stay with a relative or friend. Not having a true home, disrupting their routines, and getting in the way of their graceous hosts causes a lot of stress for everyone. Alfred Molina and John Lithgow offer stellar performances. 4 out of 5 stars.
I encourage you to look for these 3 films on Netflix, watch them in their entirety online, and/or find them at your local art house theatre.