Tim Kirkman’s show around two men who rejoin following 15 years is so elegantly composed and acted you sense that you’re listening in.
Motion pictures, as researchers of Hitchcock and De Palma get a kick out of the chance to state, are a voyeuristic medium. Be that as it may, when you say “voyeuristic,” it sounds like you’re looking at something shocking and titillating. An outside the box show like “Lazy Eye,” by complexity, is voyeuristic, however in a significantly more refined and sincerely modern way. The film has snapshots of crude sex. For the most part, however, we’re at an end of the week getaway lodge amidst the Mojave Desert, watching and listening to Dean (Lucas Near-Verbrugghe), a contemplatively good looking Los Angeles visual fashioner, play host to Alex (Aaron Costa Ganis), whom he had a genuine hurl with 15 years prior, back when they were youthful bucks who got each at an East Village plunge bar and whiled away a joyful no-spending sentimental summer together in New York City.