Quebec filmmaker Xavier Dolan’s first
film, I Killed My Mother, has won a slew of awards — most recently the best film at Quebec’s Jutra awards.
Kowalinski sat down with the cutie 21-year-old actor/director, what did they
chat about? Award galas and red carpet events? Hell no!
Dolan dished about boarding school (nuns
are “heroic figures,” he says) and getting off on high school
"There was a guy whose name was
Alexander. He had nice armpits and a nice body. I have an obsession with
armpits. I love hairy armpits. I’m getting a boner just talking about it. He
was a year older and he was athletic. He was into basketball and hung out with
these cousin humping idiots and SUV addicts. He was gently bullying me and
trapping me in corners, shoving his dick in my face. He called me a fag, but he
was secretly kind to me. He had beautiful eyes. He was buff, but not too much.
He would hump me to humiliate me, but he didn’t know how much pleasure I was
getting out of it. We had one of those relationships where you get excited
because people are mistreating you. One time he punched this guy who was
bullying me. He defended me, and so I hugged him. He was wearing Nike shorts,
and I could feel his huge dick on my belly. I’ll remember that forever. We had
these moments, and then one day we were in the computer lab at school, and he
surprised me from behind. He put his armpit in my face. Armpits are gross to
normal people, and he thought it would gross me out. That was one of the most
erotic moments of my life. It’s my fantasy every day. I wish it would happen to
me every day. Right after that, I went to the bathroom and jerked off. That was
the first time I came."
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