Bright flows the river
Inner conflict over the course of his life impels a very successful middle-aged businessman to an attempted suicide and then into a trance-like state. A psychiatrist and long-time friend tries to help the man come to terms with his problem, and, in the process, finds the strength to deal with his own personal crisis.
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