A knockabout romantic comedy meets a soulful, sexual drama as a “Kept Boy” fears he’s approaching his expiration date for not being the twink boy-toy his man wants anymore.
“Kept Boy” is based on a book of the same name by Robert Rodi and marks the second feature film for director George Bamber that has been called darkly comic and .
Just added today, is the focus of this Qreel Tuesday.
Sandwiched among this tale is courtesy of men who’ve spent plenty of time at the gym, and . The pool party scene , while a necessary part of the story, is largely an to slowly pan across a in various .
In , Dennis (Jon Paul Phillips) has been with famed interior designer and Farleigh Nock as his toy boy since .
With the viewership of Farleigh’s TV show down and , Farleigh tells Dennis that he has to get a job . A disgruntled Dennis discovers that being a isn’t exactly a qualification that even his local Starbucks.
Farleigh does manage the scape together the money to (Greg Audino) who to become Farleigh’s . As Dennis sees Jasper’s advancing into his , there is suddenly . So which one is still there ?
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