The logline for A FATHER AND SON
by Michael R. Barnard
A FATHER AND SON by Michael R. Barnard looks at a societal issue that damages lives: Parents disowning their teenagers who come out as gay. Drastic reality often snaps parents out of their fears and prejudices. A FATHER AND SON looks at this problem from the viewpoint of a family and a drastic reality.
Every boy tossed to the streets dreams of the day his father begs to be forgiven.
Someone is killing the boys of the streets of Hollywood and John has discovered that his son may have been a victim. Everything he has done wrong now comes crashing down on him. He must find his son, entering the abyss of street life in Hollywood, not even knowing if the boy is dead or alive.
This ain’t Tinseltown.