The things are completely different because there are a lot of dramatic events in this series. The series begin when the best-selling British novelist Patrick Gale wanted to tell two gay love stories, 60 years apart - stories linked by family. It seems a painting that holds a secret that echoes down the generations in a long time. On the other hand, It seems that Flora finds her demons have come back to haunt her. That caused by her vet grandson, Adam, who struggle with his sexuality, tentatively forms a relationship with his client Steve, which turns the thing into another turn.
I was afraid the message of "Man in an Orange Shirt" would be simplistic... But the film, strewn with symbols that carry from one story to the other, has other things in mind, and they make it distinctly moving.
Man in an Orange Shirt, directed by Michael Samuels, neatly knits the cinematic and sweeping with the subtle and specific into a kind of naturalistic melodrama. It will fill you with feelings, if you let it.