I'm talking about the infamous Fifty Shades of Grey. It's good to declare at the beginning that I don't know nothing about the book.
Grey has a particular passion about physical attraction. He wants to play [dominant-submissive]. So we came to know that this particular passion he developed from his mother's friend Mrs. Robinson. Later he liked it and adopted it.
This portion is explained in the movie. But why does Grey avoid or want to avoid Anastasia's hand touch/touch with love? Anastasia wants something more than dating/movie watching/satisfying sexual fantasy. She wants to make love which Grey didn't allow (Ana's way). Even Grey didn't want to sleep in the same bed.
Anastasia keeps asking
Why can't we sleep in the same bed?
Why you won't let me touch you?
These sentences keep coming throughout the movie. Initially Grey keeps saying
This is how I am....
At one scene Grey admits there is some reason behind this.
Ana: Why don't you let me in? ....... Why you want to punish me at all?
Grey: If I told you, you'll never look at me the same way again
And they kept arguing and after some horrible punishment scene Ana left and the reason is kept inside a black-hole forever.
Question: what's the reason for which Grey doesn't allow anyone to touch him with love or doesn't allow anyone to feel him? Why is Grey the way he is?
Is the reason disclosed in the book? Or did the book finish the story where movie finished? Is the reason kept for a sequel? If so, let me know the reason anyway :)