Directed by: Bruce LaBruce
Starring: Pier-Gabriel Lajoie (Lake), Walter Borden (Peabody), Katie Boland (Desiree), Marie-Hélène Thibault (Mother), Yardly Kavanagh (Nurse)
Language: English, French (Eng Subs for French parts)
Genres: Old-Young Relationships, Gay
Plot – Spoilers:
Lake, a young man who lives with his mother has a giant poster of Gandhi adorning the wall above his bed. It soon becomes clear that the icon isn’t there necessarily for his political or philosophical principles. Rather, Lake has a thing for the really old. The wrinklier they are, the harder he gets.
So when he lands a gig at an elderly care centre, life seems to be looking up for Lake. He begins spending more time there, which isn’t too hard, because his girlfriend fancies herself as a sort of revolutionary whose mind is mostly occupied with building a list of allegedly-feminist icons she’d love to do.
Young-old and gay? This is exactly what I needed.
I never heard of this one but it sounds interesting. I love older guys
i loved this film ! it was a really cute love story, idk how Bruce LaBruce makes such a creep so cute. This film suggests a lot of different – some quite strange – sex scenes, but always falls short of real nudity. A shame because after Raspberry Reich I was hoping for SOME.
It sucked IMHO. Rich guy makes a movie on a whim about some stupid gay fantasy. Waste of time. Weak acting, weak script, weak movie.
Not effed old people deserve pleasure
the young boy is so perfect and im so angry why with old man it so disgusting