There are times when the film plays like a French joke, or a rural rendition of Jean Renoir’s “Guidelines of the Game,” with various couples running all through various rooms, having whispered melodramas before jumping once more into the pool. Underneath the richness, the film annoys with turmoil. A great deal of low-spending plan movies have a comparative setup to “Henry Gamble”: they happen in one area and spotlight on interpersonal connections. Be that as it may, “Henry Gamble” is gigantic in correlation. It’s about individuals during the time spent “getting to be.”
The primary scene is a calm shocker. Two young men, Henry Gamble and his companion Gabe (Joe Keery) lie on their sides in bed; when they talk, they gaze straightforwardly into the camera.