Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
This uneven satire presents the hypocrisy of suburban attitudes towards sex education in school. Roger (Richard Carballo) is the sexually repressed moralist who tries to eradicate community perversion. Parents object to the school teachings while they engage in nude swimming parties and marital infidelities. Roger lives next to a couple who gives their teenage son a complex over their inability to express affection. His baby-sitter reads erotic literature to him. Roger's wife lures the boy into his first sexual encounter as his parents watch the action. Their sex lives are rejuvenated when they witness the proceedings, and the moralistic Roger soon discovers to his horror he is gay.
detective, police, school, sex-education, suburbs