A SINGLE MAN
Colin Firth, an Englishman in LA, struggles to get over the loss of his long-time partner Matthew Goode. It's the sixties so society isn't quite ready to let him grieve openly - he's not even allowed to the funeral in one of the most touching scenes - and this follows him for one day as he struggles with exactly what to do with that old service revolver (in one of the funniest scenes). Again it's all gorgeously presented (did Tom Ford - director ever do ads?) and framed throughout as Falconer (Firth) is an outsider looking in. Julianne Moore is in it and is also great.
Tom Ford is a fashion designer, hence the visual flair. A Single Man is one of my favourite films in the last few years. Maybe the best cinematic depiction of grief (alongside the opening sequence of Up).
Oh it's the same Tom Ford. Like the Humphrey Littleton's, I thought it was a different bloke.