‘Looking’ finale will be closing night film at Frameline, the San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival
It’s still such a disappointment that HBO canceled Looking after just two seasons but it’s kind of wonderful that the show is getting a two-hour finale to help us say goodbye to these wonderful characters.
The finale of the San Francisco-set series is going to get one heckuva premiere: it’s been chosen as the closing night film at Frameline, the San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year from June 16-26.
The film will screen at San Francisco’s historic Castro Theatre.
The synopsis: In this romantic closing chapter to the HBO series about 30-something gay men trying to find love, career, friendship, and meaning in contemporary San Francisco, a wedding weekend turns into a series of heartfelt encounters with loves new and old for Patrick Murray (Jonathan Groff) as he faces his longtime avoidance of doing the “hard stuff” to make his relationships work, especially with the right guy.