“If “Black Swan” were a film about a male escort rather than a ballerina, it would be something like “Aleksandr’s Price” although a bit more relentless, frank, blunt and realistic.”
In “entertainment” speak, a triple threat usually refers to a performer who can sing, act, and dance.
that tugs at your at the same time.
Considered a psychological drama film, is set in New York City and stars Pau Masó, Anatoli Grek, Josh Berresford, Samantha Glovin, and Keith Dougherty.
The film tells the story of an illegal Russian boy in Manhattan who after losing his mother to suicide, is drawn into becoming .
at the same time is a gritty exploration to American youth in New York City and the excessive use of alcohol and other drugs .
His only friend Emma (Samantha Glovin) attempts to help him by introducing him to a club owner, but the man offers him a job as rather than a waiter. Initially hesitant, Aleksandr finds himself enjoying being watched and desired; and his with another man has his partner – married businessman Keith (Josh Berresford, AVERSION) – mistaking him .
Aleksandr reluctantly drifts into escorting. After in which he is drugged and has no memory of what transpired, Aleksandr tries to search for a legitimate job but drifts more out of a need than the ability to pay the rent
His profound loneliness and the he finds himself in start to take a tole on his sanity to the point where he cannot even trust himself with those who seem to genuinely .
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