Tim Gilberto (20’s) is a gay doctor looking for love. He tries speed dating, but this doesn’t work. He’s awkward and his friend Curran (20’s) suggests that Tim get help from a gay matchmaking, guru. Curran believes the mentor can help Tim become a better gay man.
Tim is resistant to the idea, but after he’s suspended at work, he seeks to change his life. Tim is also attracted to another gay man named Christopher, but he doesn’t know how to approach him.
Tim contacts the gay guru Nestor (50’s), who agrees to teach and mentor Tim. He begins by giving him a complete physical makeover, which includes throwing out most of his outdated clothes.
Eventually, Tim begins to have romantic feelings for Nestor and they end up in bed …show more content…
He arranges to be at the same gathering as Nestor and Nick. Tim just wants Nestor to be happy. When Nestor sees Chris, they both realize that they have moved on. Nestor finally admits his true feelings of love for Tim.
GAY 101 is a romantic-comedy that presents with a likable premise. The protagonist, Tim, is an awkward gay man, who like everybody else, is looking for love. The only problem is that he’s not very good with finding it. The hook is that he seeks out a gay, matchmaking guru, who mentors him, but then he falls in love with his mentor.
The tone is mainly light-hearted. The goal is love and the stakes are personal: not finding love. The story explodes the theme of learning to believe in one’s self. There’s an appreciated message about no changing one’s self for others.
Romantic comedies are timeless, yet at the same time, right now they are more challenging to market because there have been so many. So, to be successful, the script should offer an original point of view, compelling characters, a strong romance, and good