A soldier has returned home from the front and is lost in familiar surroundings. Haunted by memories of war, his grasp of reality is shaken and tentative. Memories of love and pleasure help bring him back to the present.
More Info : MASCULAR Films Presents “Spitalfields”
I absolutely love this little film. I was blessed to have lived in that part of London for more than 10 years, although in those days it was called Whitechapel. I’ve always admired men in the context of them being living buildings, like art. What is most striking for me about the film is the way the man blends into the building, as if he becomes part of it’s beauty. I note the union between the way he touches the building and the way he touches his cock. I feel a very sexual connection to the masculinity of the actor. I would like to gentle kiss his mystifying buttocks. The first piece of music is the third movement of Henryk Gorecki’s Symphony of Sorrowful Songs.(Thank you Sinclair). The second piece of music is Claude Debussy, Sarabande pour le Piano. Well done to all at MASCULAR FILMS, your art is amazing/ I rate it on a par to Jean Genet’s Un Chant D’Amour. It should win many awards. Mr Cox