Daniel Francoeur is a young man uneasily aware of his gay sexuality- a sexuality both nurtured and tormented by his passionate religious feelings. In a bar he meets Harry, a stranger with whom he spends a night of the most intense and compelling erotic exploration and fulfillment. Set against the background of Boston in the Sixties.
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