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In the end, one wonders exactly what Raval wants to say here except that the challenges of growing old in America are not confined to one sexual orientation or another.
A bittersweet documentary that follows three gay men in different parts of the country who feel time and change breathing down their necks.
[An] engrossing documentary.
Raval's unobtrusive camerawork makes it easy to fall in love with these three.
As it hops across the country, the film depicts a generation that has seen profound advances in gay rights but struggles with common issues of aging.
The sober doc tacitly raises new arguments for gay marriage.
What they say is something all of us should take to heart, regardless of that number we refer to as our age.
The documentary doesn't make growing old (especially as gay men) something to look forward to exactly, but it goes a way in helping to demystify or de-stigmatize it.
Touching and poignant, offering inspiring men a platform to show their struggles and triumphs during a stage of life that rarely gets its due, despite it coming to all of us eventually.
Warm and heartfelt, but tedious, overlong and intellectually underwhelming.
This is a movie liable to make you cry, and it earns every tear.
These men have lived through a lot, and their continued vivacity is what makes the film around them a rich experience.
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