Nina, a successful but world-weary art dealer, is surprised to find that her usual masseur, Douglas, has sent a substitute - Fitch - to provide her with her regular weekly massage at her home. Nina and Fitch find that they are both mutually attracted, and annoy one another a great deal. Their differences of temperament and lifestyle create friction, and they find their similarities nearly as grating. Through flashbacks we learn how Nina and Fitch have arrived at this meeting, and see that perhaps they have enough common ground to learn some important lessons from each other. Written by
David E. Frank <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
When Fitch tells Nina about the history of massage, he mentions that the Greek philosopher "Plato lived to be 104", to which Nina replies that the philosopher "Socrates did not". In actuality, research shows that Plato lived to be 80, while Socrates lived to be 71. See more
[while getting her breasts/chest massaged
Unlike you I wasn't given anything. I am not talking about money not just. Everything I own. Everything I have I have. I have earned. So don't tell me I am wrong don't tell me I am immoral. Because I choose to make something of my life and you didn't. I mean shouldn't a man your age be something.
I know you have made something of your life. I am just asking you what that is.