A young man deals with his own homophobia after being gay-bashed. Alexander Kinski has come into a substantial inheritance. Now free to do whatever he wants, he makes an unfortunate choice. On his twenty-fourth birthday, his high school bully beats him up and leaves him for dead on a frozen street of his hometown. Shame and a growing dependency on prescription drugs and alcohol influence his decision to move to a farmhouse sanctuary in Mennonite country, where he falls into the arms of Becky Gingerich, a bully herself, while lusting after Malcolm, the guy next door.
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