The Hollow Reed (1997)

Hollow Reed
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating R
Runtime 1hr 43mins.
Genres Drama
Keywords abuse, custody battle, mother/son
Status Released
US Release Date
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Based on true events, a gothic horror story of a gay man, Martyn, who fights his ex-wife in a no-win battle to get custody of his young son, Oliver. The battle begins once Martyn's worst suspicians are confirmed that the reticent Oliver is, indeed, being abused by his own mother's seemingly respectable live-in boyfriend.