Ben and George, who have lived in Manhattan for four decades, finally decide to get married. When the archdiocese finds out, George loses his job teaching music at a Catholic school and the couple find themselves unable to afford their apartment. Ira Sachs’ sensitive, witty film uses the challenges the couple face to explore the nature of relationships in general. The result is an intelligent drama underpinned by two excellent performances by Alfred Molina and John Lithgow.