By Arijeet Gupta
Oliver Morgan, who has had spontaneity in his life before his bike-racing accident leaving him bound to a wheelchair, is on the verge of losing his self-esteem, and zesty aspirations. To regain it, he has to strive to do few things in his life, like his ambition to outdo in athletics and an active sexual-romantic relationship. He happens to meet Dean over basketball court, and after few dates both start liking each other. Though Morgan fears that able-bodied Dean feels pity on him which is quite unacceptable to the self-esteem of Morgan, Dean assures that he is taking care of him out of love. Movie reels through smoothly to a point where the life of Oliver Morgan becomes one abundant of choices.
All the characters have been acted out well, though one can keep wishing if Dean’s character were more detailed. The plot has an absorbing capability, and has been built with excellent cinematography and melodious soundtracks. The portrayal of sexual chemistry between the gay couple gives certain elegance to the movie.
Nevertheless, ‘Morgan’ is another nice flick from Michael Ackers that no gay cinema lover would want to miss.