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Morgan is the inspiring story of Morgan Oliver, a young athlete determined that a bicycle accident that left him paralyzed will not change him. He takes a chance on love when he meets Dean Kagen on a basketball court. Dean helps Morgan train for the same race in which he had his accident. But when he sees that Morgan will risk everything to win, Dean walks out. Left alone to face the race and demons that caused his accident, Morgan teeters between what he needs and what he wants. Can he find the strength to pull himself back up again?
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In this well acted drama, both men find something new and potentially wonderful in the development of their relationship. The subject of the film concerns how they work out their relationship and deal with issues they came into the relationship with.
Both actors give fine performances that ring true, and the development of the characters throughout the film is a realistic portrayal how couples learn to be more open after significant losses in their lives have shut them down, for a period of time.
The drama that they create to deal with their losses is probably necessary for their resolution. Catharsis is usually important in dealing with all the pent up feelings that major losses involve and coming out the other side intact. The film does a nice job of dealing with all these issues and it would be easy to see, when things settle down, that these two men would have a relationship for many years to come.
He meets a young man named Dean (Jack Kesy) who lost his father and then put his life on hold to care for his mother who recently passed away after suffering with cancer. Can this young man offer Morgan the love he desires so deeply?
Unlike many other indie films that are fraught with stale jokes, old cliches, and nauseating stereotypes, this movie is a triumph of the human spirit, a testament to true and unconditional love, and comfort food for the heart and soul.
I love this movie. It is an addition to my film library which I am truly grateful to have found.
The romance story is sweet too and for those of you that are looking for a HEA - with this film, you'll get it.
I also recommend:
Yossi and of course its prequel, Yossi and Jagger