I just finished watching "Shelter" (2007), a beautiful American gay-themed film about a young man sidelined by the needs of his family finding comfort in surfing and with his best friend's older brother.
This film also reminded me of "A Home at the End of the World" (2004) starring Colin Farrell, a chronicle about two childhood best friends, one straight and one gay man and the trials and triumphs their relationships have endured until the end.
These two stories represent that a hapy and a normal home could be created even between two men. They both depict the authenticity of love between gay relationships and illustrate a peacefully integrated gay life with the rest of the society.
Such stories is something that all of us gay men could aspire for. These films are a must see.