A film about fetish, Gerontophilia is a beautiful portrayal of a young man’s sexual obsession with the elderly. Partially funded by Indiegogo and featuring Walter Borden and Pier-Gabriel Lajoie, this 2014 film is the first mainstream feature directed by famous art house filmmaker, writer, and artist, Bruce LaBruce.
Taking a giant leap into the mainstream, avant-garde arthouse filmmaker, artist, and writer Bruce LaBruce successfully brings his provocative storytelling style to audiences worldwide. LaBruce’s latest work, Gerontophilia follows the story of Lake, a young man who discovers he has a fairly uncommon fetish.
After spending decades shocking audiences with provocative and sexually charged arthouse films, photography, art, and writing, the avant-garde and always-on-the-move director made a bold decision with his latest work, Gerontophilia. That decision: To deliver something new for the mainstream audience, without entirely disregarding his deep roots in gay pornography, sexual taboos, and fetishism.