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I was also struck by the broader implications of the film.
It's also about unconditional love." In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Aghayan drew comparisons with another LGBT-related made-for-tv movie, That Certain Summer (1972): "At the end of That Certain Summer, the father cries and apologizes to the son.
Afterwards, she informs Ken about their son's situation, and he bursts out in tears.
While on his way back to his college, he meets Hank in a diner, who flirts with him.
Jeff returns home for Christmas, and tries to be romantic with his neighbor Sue, but quickly realizes that he has no interest in her.
He then tells his parents that he has stopped treatment with Dr.
One day, Tess receives a letter from her son asking to contact him because he wants to tell her something he cannot put off any longer.
They meet in his university town, where Jeff tells her that he is homosexual.