That Certain Summer ★★★½

This telefilm -- the first to openly deal with gay relationships in a sympathetic way -- is a landmark for sure, but it still manages to fall into the trap of putting the onus on its two gay protagonists (Hal Holbrook and Martin Sheen??) to defend the validity of their relationship and identities, rather than on the straight characters who can't accept it. The three leads are all great, though it's very weird to see Scott Jacoby in this after watching Bad Ronald.