“Brokeback Mountain” Gets A Remake With A Senior Citizen Cast

It’s been ten years since “Brokeback Mountain” was released, earning more than $178 million at the box office and winning three Oscars, four Golden Globes and a slew of other awards.

The film has received renewed attention recently, first with Annie Proulx, who authored the original story on which the film was based, saying she wished she’d never written it, followed by actor Jake Gyllenhaal talking about how the film helped pave the way for marriage equality.

Now, two senior citizen men from the group Tuesdays With Matthew have remade the film’s classic “I can’t quit you” scene.

Tuesdays With Matthew is a Los Angeles-based volunteer program for senior citizens in which old folks get together to recreate scenes from famous movies just for fun.

“The goal of Tuesdays is to prove that old is the new young and sometimes the last act is the best,” founder Matthew Hoffman told The Huffington Post.

Check out their latest reenactment below…

Don't forget to share:

Help make sure LGBTQ+ stories are being told...

We can't rely on mainstream media to tell our stories. That's why we don't lock Queerty articles behind a paywall. Will you support our mission with a contribution today?

Cancel anytime · Proudly LGBTQ+ owned and operated