The Masseur

The Masseur

Following the death of his father and a chance meeting with an abusive romance novelist, a masseur working in a gay massage parlor struggles to make sense of his unfulfilling relationships while simultaneously assisting his mother in preparing his father for burial. Twenty-year-old Iliac may not be the best masseur in the parlor, but when he catches the eye of a cold and calculating romance novelist looking for a cheap thrill, the icy indifference displayed by his paying lover does little more to warm the spirits than his sexually charged but emotionally distant girlfriend. Despite the resentment Iliac feels towards his late father for abandoning the family and embarking on a suicidal alcohol binge, the lovelorn youth nevertheless makes the journey home to be there for his grieving mother in her time of need.

Following the death of his father and a chance meeting with an abusive romance novelist, a masseur working in a gay massage parlor struggles to make sense of his unfulfilling relationships while simultaneously assisting his mother in preparing his father for burial. Twenty-year-old Iliac may not be the best masseur in the parlor, but when he catches the eye of a cold and calculated romance novelist looking for a cheap thrill, the icy indifference displayed by his paying lover does little more to warm the spirits than his sexually charged but emotionally distant girlfriend. Despite the resentment Iliac feels towards his late father for abandoning the family and embarking on a suicidal alcohol binge, the lovelorn youth nevertheless makes the journey home to be there for his grieving mother in her time of need. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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CJ C (au) wrote: Not as good the 1st time I saw it as a kid. Definitely needs more effects.

Michele C (fr) wrote: Bette Davis is my favorite actress and this is my favorite Bette Davis movie. The entire cast gave stellar performances. I remember staying up late as a child to watch this and other Davis films with my parents. Which is why it was often difficult for me to get up early some mornings to go to school. I don't know how I managed to get straight A's and graduate at the top of my class.Davis' acting is compelling, restrained, controlled and a marvelous counterpoint to Charles Boyer's empassioned presence. This is yet another tale of unrequited love with superb directing. Max Steiner's masterful music score puts the cherry atop a flawless cake.