Gerontophilia (2013)
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Director:Bruce LaBruce Producer:Nicolas Comeau, Leonard Farlinger, Jennifer Jonas Screenplay by:Bruce LaBruce, Daniel Allen Cox  

Music by:Ramachandra Borcar Cinematography:Nicolas Canniccioni   Edited by:Glenn Berman  Running time:82 min  Country:Canada Language:English, French Genre:Comedy, Romance  Subtitle:English,French 

Starring: Pier-Gabriel Lajoie ... Lake, Walter Borden ... Mr. Peabody, Katie Boland ... Désirée, Yardly Kavanagh ... Nurse Baptiste,
Marie-Hélène Thibault ... Marie
, Shawn Campbell ... Bradley Nelson, Jean-Alexandre Létourneau ... Kevin,
Dana Wright ... Dina
, Brian D. Wright ... Mr. Guerrero


Gerontophilia (2013)

Gerontophilia (2013)

Gerontophilia (2013)

Gerontophilia (2013)



รางวัล:2 wins & 3 nominations.



Jutra Awards 2015

Best Actor (Meilleur Acteur)
Walter Borden 

Milan International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival 2014

Best Film
Grand Jury Award
Bruce La Bruce 

Montréal Festival of New Cinema 2013

Grand Prix Focus
Best Feature Film
Bruce La Bruce 

Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival 2013

Best North American Independent Film
Bruce La Bruce 

Venice Film Festival 2013

Fedeora Award
Best Film (Venice Days)
Bruce La Bruce 

Lake is an unusual boy: he is a young man with an old soul who discovers he has an odd fixation on the elderly. Realizing that some day, if fate allows, he will be one himself, he is particularly fascinated by old men. He imagines their age to be a beautiful thing and recognizes how these men were once young and vibrant and attractive, as he is now. Although Lake has a girlfriend his own age, named Desiree, he wonders sometimes if his fixation on old men is unnatural and unhealthy - perhaps even sexual. When his mother, who is a nurse, takes on a management job at an old folks home, Lake jumps at her offer of a summer job as an orderly there. Gradually, Lake comes to discover that the old people in the institution are being given psychotropic drugs to keep them in a catatonic state. Lake befriends one old man in particular, Mr. Peabody, who still seems to have some fight left in him. They begin to form a strong bond. Mr. Peabody charms Lake with romantic stories of his youth and ...

Gerontophilia is a film by Canadian director Bruce LaBruce, released in 2013. It was screened in the Vanguard section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.

Described as a gay Harold and Maude, the film stars Pier-Gabriel Lajoie as Lake, a young man who takes a job in a nursing home and develops a romantic and sexual attraction to Mr. Peabody (Walter Borden), a senior citizen resident in the facility. Unlike most of LaBruce''s earlier films, Gerontophilia is not sexually explicit; instead, LaBruce chose to adapt his traditional themes of sexual taboo into a film more palatable to a mainstream audience.

The film received funding from both Telefilm Canada and SODEC, as well as a crowd funding campaign on Indiegogo. The screenplay was written by LaBruce and novelist Daniel Allen Cox.

Bruce LaBruce gave Gerontophilia an almost timeless appearance, creating a 1970s atmosphere by shooting the film with an ARRI Alexis whilst using some Zeiss prime lenses from the ''70s.