The Lost language Of Cranes is a 1991 gay themed movie about a father and his son who are both gay. Philip Benjamin is a young gay man already in a homosexual relationship with another man named Elliot. Philip feels fed up hiding this secret from his parents. He tells Elliot that he wants to come out to his parents. Philip's parents Owen and Rose are also having problems back home. They are supposed to leave their house soon and Owen is yet to find another one. Owen is also in a crisis. He is secretly gay and has been visiting gay cinemas to meet other men. Philip eventually goes home and comes out to Owen and Rose. Owen his father keeps quiet the whole time. Rose is upset. When Philip leaves Owen sobs until he locks himself in the bathroom probably because he realizes that he is like the son. Philip later on meets his dad for dinner. His father wants to know about his sexual life. Philip finds it awkward but explains it anyway. His dad promises to hook him up with a charming American from his office. He has invited the American over for dinner at his home. Meanwhile Owen also visits a gay club where he meets a man almost the same age as him. He goes with him to his house and they engage in sex. He returns back home very late. Philip goes home for the dinner. He tells Rose what the dinner is about and she is upset. Owen arrives with Winston and they take dinner at the table chatting away. Philip later leaves together with Winston but learns he is as straight as a dice. Rose confronts Owen about the dinner. Owen reveals his homosexuality. He explains how he has always sexually preferred men. Rose is upset his husband and son are both gay. She is also upset Owen is implying their whole marriage has been a joke. Owen leaves the house at night and heads to Philip's house. He calls Philip who is at his lover's house. Philip comes over. His dad explains that he is also gay and that he met a man the other day. Philip leaves his dad to sleep in his house.