Ten tumultuous years in the history of the gay rights movement serve as the backdrop for this warm, engaging romantic comedy from writer-director Miles Swain. Tommy (Steve Braun) and Alan (Larry Sullivan) first meet in 1973 at a swinging boys-only party thrown by influential lawyer Peter (Ray Baker). Alan is writing a history of the "homosexual lifestyle," and when he learns that Tommy is active in the gay lib movement, Alan invites him over for dinner. Tommy shows up for what he thinks is a date, but quickly figures out that Alan not only has a girlfriend, Beverly (Sirena Irwin), but is an active member of the Young Republicans. The evening abruptly ends when Tommy ...