|Writers||Carl Andress (written by)
Charles Busch (written by)
|Cast||P.J. Verhoest Dana Ivey Polly Bergen Carmen Pelaez Charles Busch Becky London Marvin Einhorn Jonathan Ospa Ben Roberts Heather Schacht Julie Halston Carl Andress Simon Fortin Judith Hawking Kevin Scullin John McNamara Bunny Levine Michael McCormick J. Smith-Cameron Mark Richard Keith|
|Plot||Jan, an itinerant male nurse from Denmark, takes a new job with Mrs. A, a terminally ill Manhattan woman raising her parentless thirteen-year-old grandson, Gil. Spending the summer by the shore, the emotionally reserved Jan finds himself oddly cast as a mentor to Gil in having to prepare the sensitive boy for life with his cousins in Florida after his grandmother's death. A deep friendship grows between these two solitary people. By the end of the summer, Gil has developed a new maturity and independence, while the enigmatic Jan has revealed his own vulnerability.... see A Very Serious Person on IMDb|
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|A touching tale of evolving sexual identity and self-discovery that feels both familiar and utterly original. Precocious teen Gil loves vacations with his beloved grandma Mrs. A (Emmy winner Polly Bergen, Commander in Chief). Mrs. A is raising the boy, whose parents are deceased.|
But this year s summer is different. Grandma s health is failing, and she requires a live-in caregiver. When Danish male nurse Jan (Charles Busch) arrives on the scene, Gil doesn t know how to react to the business-like nurse. Likewise, Jan isn t interested in Gil he is totally focused on his new patient.
Although Gil and housekeeper Betty (Dana Ivey) are certain that Grandma will dislike Jan as much as they do, Jan suits Mrs. A perfectly, cooking her healthy foods and soothing her in a way no previous nurse has been able to do.
And even though Jan has no interest in kids, he eventually finds himself drawn to Gil, and concerned about what will happen to the boy when his Grandmother passes away. Jan himself is surprised by this, as he is both a bachelor and a gay man. In fact, he is really concerned about Gil s somewhat flamboyant developing personality, certain that this will cause havoc as he gets older.
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