A young Jewish man is caught between thrilling private trysts and his repressive family in this thoughtful drama set in 1980s Brooklyn.
Did You Know?
David's Grandfather is called Joseph Brodsky. Early on in the movie, looking at old photographs, he says: "memory is no substitute for love". His namesake, the 1987 Nobel laureate poet Joseph Brodsky, is quoted as writing: "If there is any substitute for love, it is memory." See more