In 1952, a Roman Catholic bishop visiting an ill prisoner is taken hostage and forced to watch dramatisations of tumultuous events that took place earlier in both men's lives, when they were at school together. This award-winning tale of betrayal, revenge and forbidden love stars Marcel Sabourin and Aubert Pallascio.

Year: 1996
Genre: Queer Cinema, Transvestism
Country: Canada
Director: John Greyson
Starring: Marcel Sabourin, Aubert Pallascio, Matthew Ferguson, Alexander Chapman
Duration: 92 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains sexual themes
Location in store: Queer Cinema



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