Holding the Man :– Watch Holding the Man full movie on GoMoviesTube,Holding the Man is a 2015 Australian romantic drama film adapted from Timothy Conigrave’s 1995 memoir of the same name. It was directed by Neil Armfield and stars Ryan Corr and Craig Stott, with supporting performances from Guy Pearce, Anthony LaPaglia, Sarah Snook, Kerry Fox and Geoffrey Rush. The screenplay was written by Tommy Murphy who also adapted the memoir for the stage play.In 1993, Timothy Conigrave (Ryan Corr) is in Lipari, Italy, and he calls his childhood friend Pepe Trevor (Sarah Snook) on a payphone in a panic, asking her where his deceased partner John Caleo (Craig Stott) was sitting at a dinner party they had together when they were teenagers. The time expires before Pepe can tell him. Later, a concierge at the hotel Tim is staying at passes on a message from Pepe to Tim.In 1977, Tim and John are students at Xavier College in Melbourne, Australia. Tim falls in love with John after seeing him play football for the school, and invites John to the school play of Romeo and Juliet, where Tim is playing the role of Paris, but doesn’t make it. Tim invites John to a dinner party with Pepe and some of their friends from Drama class, and they pass a kiss around the table. Tim later asks John out and he accepts. Initially John isn’t comfortable with doing anything sexual with Tim, who writes a letter to John apologising for reaching into his trousers whilst making out after school. The letter is intercepted by their Geography teacher who tells them all the staff already know about their relationship, and advises them to be careful. Whilst on a study break, Tim and John are caught having sex by their school friends. They all later go streaking. When Tim returns home, his parents Dick (Guy Pearce) and Mary Gert (Kerry Fox) tell him John’s father Bob (Anthony LaPaglia) found Tim’s letter and threatens court action if Tim refuses to keep his distance. Tim angrily leaves and rides his bike to John’s house, where he overhears Bob tell John that he will make an appointment for his son to see a psychologist. Tim and John flee together.In 1985, Tim interviews a HIV patient called Richard for a play he is writing. Later, Tim and John both go to the doctor for an HIV test. John is given a negative result, but Tim is given a positive result. Their doctor (Mitchell Butel) then reveals there was a filing mistake and both Tim and John are actually HIV positive.
More Information about the Movie Holding the Man (2015)
Biography | Drama | Romance
Release: 03 June 2016 (Uk)
IMDB Rating : 7.8/10
Director: Neil Armfield
Writers: Tommy Murphy
Stars : Ryan Corr, Sarah Snook, Francesco Ferdinandi