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Food of Love [DVD] [2002]

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Overview

Special Features

  • Original trailer
  • TLA Releasing trailers
  • Intimate interview with David Leavitt (author of the Page Turner)
  • Interview with Ventura Pons & cast
  • Behind the scenes footage
  • Chapter selection

Synopsis

Food of Love
Adapted from David Leavitt's book The Page Turner, Food of Love tells the story of a cross-generational romance between two men. Paul (Kevin Bishop), a sexually repressed teenager, is an aspiring pianist who gets an opportunity to work as a page turner for Richard Kennington (Paul Rhys), a renowned pianist who also happens to be Paul's idol. A flirtation ensues between the two men after a concert one night, but further possibilities are thwarted by the meddling of Paul's neurotic mother Pamela (Juliet Stevenson). When Paul and Richard meet again six months later in Barcelona, they begin where they left off, tumbling headlong into a passionate affair despite the continued intrusion of Pamela, who believes that Richard is flirting with her. The affair is further complicated by the presence of Mansourian (Allan Corduner), Richard's manager and lover, who is suspicious of the relationship between Richard and Paul. Unable to deal with the situation, Richard flees to New York, and when he and his young lover finally meet again, Paul is a Julliard student engaged in an affair with yet another middle-aged man. Food of Love was screened at the 2002 Philadelphia Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival. ~ Rebecca Flint Marx, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Juliet Stevenson
    Juliet Stevenson - Pamela
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    Paul Rhys - Richard
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    Alan Corduner - Joseph
  • Kevin Bishop
    Kevin Bishop - Paul
  • Geraldine McEwan
    Geraldine McEwan - Novotna
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