Thank you for getting back to me and for the pictures - they have really helped. The film that you are seeing over his eye is his third eyelid, which comes over either when the eye is sore or when the patient has a viral infection. It is difficult to make out, but I think from the pictures that he has an eye ulcer - rather typical for his breed I'm afraid. This will definitely be making him sore. The other bad news is that if ulcers aren't treated they can rapidly progress and sometimes result in the patient needing an enucleation - having the eye removed. That is worse case scenario, and it is rare to get to that point, but you need to be aware of it.
If you really can't get him treated at a vets then there is some treatment out there. The first is to get some antibiotic eye drops into him. You should be able to find some over-the-counter at the pharmacy (but I would probably not tell them they are for a dog!). Over here we have chloramphenicol
drops - I'm not sure if they are available where you are but there should be an equivalent. Make sure there isn't any steroid in there - this will prevent the ulcer from healing. I would put these drops in at least five or six times a day, if possible. You also need to get some eye lubricating drops, or false tears (false tears would be better) to give the eye some protection. I would put these in every hour if possible, and ideally every couple of hours overnight if you could possibly manage that. When the drops are due together put the antibiotics in first. This really needs regular aggressive eye drops to get on top of, and you absolutely must make sure that you don't put anything containing a steroid anywhere near the eye.
I hope that the above makes sense, and that you are able to find everything. It all should be available over the counter. If at all possible I would get him checked out by a vets, as his breed is one of the breeds where eye ulcers can become serious and difficult to treat.
If you have any questions from this then just hit 'reply' again and I will get them and get back to you. Otherwise please leave a positive rating. Thank you, ***** ***** luck with everything. Rosie.