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gay love/drama, composer, apprentice, shoots the maestro and himself at the end

Movie with gay lovers but I think it's not categorized that way. Movie takes place over three points in one of the lovers life. Might be a british movie and it takes place in Europe. The one guy ends up trying to become the apprentice to this composer who hasn't written any music for a while. The composer isn't interested at first. The apprentice-lover sleeps with a women while he's there. Takes place in earlier time. I think the apprentice kills the maestro because the maestro either steals his work or something.  The apprentice-lover leads his lover on this "chase" and ends up shooting himself in the head in the bathtub as the lover is walking up the stairs to his room.
asked Jun 14, 2017 in Name That Movie by icejustice (1 point)

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Behind The Candelabra?


A chronicle of the tempestuous six year romance between megastar singer, Liberace, and his young lover, Scott Thorson

answered Jun 20, 2017 by mimiko33 (916 points)