Sublet, by Eytan Fox
Michael, a wealthy New York Times reporter who has been with his partner for decades, travels to Tel Aviv to write an article. He rents the apartment of Tomer, a carefree and confused young film student whose love of marijuana and sex is a far cry from Michael’s world. Soon, they discover that they have more in common than they thought. This clever comedy tells of the attitudes towards love, life and sex between two generations of gay men. Eytan Fox, born in New York and raised in Israel, in Sublet he examines different sides of his own identity. More info > here.