After living for over two decades amidst the gay enclaves of either San Francisco or West Hollywood, Charles -- a still hunky and handsome, middle aged gay man -- decides it's time to move to a less expensive apartment on the east side so he can'travel more. He finds his neighbors to be an agreeable mix of mostly straight singles and families with children, until a young boy in the parking lot seeks his attention. The more persistent the boy becomes, the more uncomfortable Charles is with responding to him. The boy seems to be communicating something to him in the lot day after day, but what? One day he notices one of the neighbors seems to be watching from a window. Then a cop shows up at his door. Had it really been worth it to move out of the relative safety net of West Hollywood?
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January 23, 2012
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