Foster, a real estate agent, finds illegal alien King hiding out in an abandoned mansion after being dropped by a wealthy lover. She lets him stay at her place, where they both divulge that they are gay. One evening after too much boozing they make love--and like it! To avoid deportation
for King, they get married and fall in love. The script slows down when King's suicidal ex-lover returns. Half of a really good film about a relationship between a gay man and a gay woman, the picture resorts to stereotypes at midpoint. It presents a naive view of homosexuality: that once gays are
introduced to heterosexual life, they'll like it and turn straight. Could have been better.
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