Two Gray Rooms
Gunther Hall learns his first love, James, has opened a new office in a nearby city. Impulsively, he decides to rent two dilapidated rooms in a boarding house directly across from the office in the hope of connecting with James again. More
Lonely history professor Gunther Hall realizes he’s just drifting through life when he learns his first love, architect James Whittaker, has opened a new office in a nearby city. Impulsively, Gunther decides give up his annual summer research trip to rent two dilapidated rooms in a boarding house directly across from James’ office.
It's Gunther's hope to build up the courage to connect with James again after all these years. But he spends his days restoring the rooms -- and his own flagging sense of relevance -- while talking with the young James he remembers. These nostalgic flashbacks return him to a simpler time, when he and James met in 1959 at boarding school in New England and their love story began.