- Director: Frank Vitale
- Writer: Stephen Lack; Allan Moyle
- Producer: Kirwan Cox; Allan Moyle
Hideous egos at work - Vitale and Lack...display not an iota of talent.
This is autobiographical - it's not interesting.
A photographer falls for a 14 year old boy...he announces it to the world by way of this substandard film.
Surely, he should have known better...but, to subject the world to this piffle is unforgivable.
In Frank Vitale's autobiographical study, he plays a photographer living among the assorted outcasts, junkies, and artists populating Montreal's Main. Quieter and more introspective than most of his friends, Frank becomes smitten by Johnny, a fourteen-year-old from the suburbs. But the relationship is doomed by the startling degree of hypocrisy and possessiveness that boils over among the group when they discover the intensity of Frank's feelings about the boy.