Directed by: Bruce LaBruce
Starring: Pier-Gabriel Lajoie (Lake), Walter Borden (Peabody), Katie Boland (Desiree), Marie-Hélène Thibault (Mother), Yardly Kavanagh (Nurse)
Language: English, French (Eng Subs for French parts)
Genres: Old-Young Relationships, Gay
Plot – Spoilers:
Lake, a young man who lives with his mother has a giant poster of Gandhi adorning the wall above his bed. It soon becomes clear that the icon isn’t there necessarily for his political or philosophical principles. Rather, Lake has a thing for the really old. The wrinklier they are, the harder he gets.
So when he lands a gig at an elderly care centre, life seems to be looking up for Lake. He begins spending more time there, which isn’t too hard, because his girlfriend fancies herself as a sort of revolutionary whose mind is mostly occupied with building a list of allegedly-feminist icons she’d love to do.