Variety has called Ira Sachs “one of the most perceptive and personal directors working in American cinema”. Now he follows up his 2012 feature Keep the Lights On with a drama focusing on an older couple. Ben (John Lithgow) and George (Alfred Molina) finally marry after 39 years together, but are forced to live apart after George loses his job teaching at a Catholic school. What follows is a well-observed ensemble piece with a narrative that, according to The Hollywood Reporter, is “constructed almost entirely of in-between moments rather than the big turning points and tragedies”. Released 3 Aug in the US, 21 Aug in Macedonia and 28 Aug in Serbia.