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Top 7 Age Gap-Based Movies Till 2022
 

There are some stories that deserve to be told the most. Age is just a number when in love and these movies are a perfect example of the same.

  1. Frankie and Johnny (1991)

The film depicts the relationship of a lonely middle-aged man who has recently been released from prison and takes a job at a cafe where he meets and falls in love with a young waitress who is still reeling from the heartbreak of her previous relationship. It's a lovely film, full of warmth and coziness and a rare realistic tone in a genre otherwise known for being cheesy and stupid.

  1. Notes on a Scandal (2006)

A disturbing short film about a high school teacher who falls in love with one of her students. They soon begin a passionate affair. However, things become complicated when an older teacher has romantic feelings for her and viciously exposes her for having an affair after blackmailing her for a time.

  1. Copenhagen (2014)

'Copenhagen' is a memorable journey into discovering your flaws, weaknesses, and fears, as well as how one person can bring about a miraculous change in our lives.

  1. Harold and Maude (1971)

The film's awkward tone throughout is fascinating, and the way it depicts such a strange and unusual relationship with such warmth, humour, and humanity is simply amazing. For obvious reasons, the film did not go over well with audiences and critics when it was released in 1971, but it has since gained a cult following among cinephiles.

  1. Last Tango in Paris (1972)

The story revolves around a man who is grieving the death of his wife and begins an anonymous sexual relationship with a much younger woman. The film is a profoundly liberating work of pure erotic cinema that melts you with its gorgeously painful portrayal of the human condition.

  1. The Reader (2008)

The story of a boy who develops a sexual relationship with an older woman is told in 'The Reader.' The Reader is a gorgeously flawed masterpiece that depicts an enigmatic relationship fraught with simmering rage and implosive madness so beautifully.

  1. Lost in Translation (2003)

'Lost in Translation' is a sweetly melancholy story about love, loneliness, and boredom. The film depicts the relationship of a middle-aged American actor and a much younger American woman who meet in a Tokyo hotel. They appear to be lost in a world and culture that are foreign to them, and despite their age difference, they begin to discover themselves in each other.