About the film
male homosexuality gay theme
Release Date: February 05, 1970
|Production Companies||:||David Hannay Productions, Mawson Continental Pictures|
|Producers||:||Frank Brittain, David Hannay, Wilfred Arthur Mawson, Toni Forrest, Julian Gisborne, Maree Harland, Dianne Senio|
|Writers||:||Roger Ward, Roger Ward, Diane Brittain|
Paul Lawrence is a working class man who dates Cara, sells shirts at a Sydney department store, and dreams of attending art school. Cara leaves for London and Paul becomes the protege of designer Marie Rosefield. Through this he enters the 'set', the world of Sydney art society. Rosefield is friends with Mark Broniski, an artist who commissions Paul to design a set for British stage director, John L. Fredericks. Paul is helped by art student Tony Brown, who is dating Paul's cousin, Kim Sylvester. Paul and Tony begin a homosexual affair. Kim's mother Peggy has an affair with Boronoski.