Synopsis by Hal Erickson
French director Jackie Raynal recounts her own experiences in the Big Apple in Hotel New York. We first find Ms. Raynal busy editing gay-oriented films. Her real-husband husband Sid Geffen portrays a film exhibitor, who introduces Raynal to his gay son (played by Gary Indiana--we're not making this up) in hopes that the two will form a relationship. Instead, Raynal marries Geffen, at which point the film's photography symbolically switches from bright color to depressing black and white. The monochromatic portion of the 60-minute Hotel New York was originally a separate short subject.
film-editor, homosexual, love-triangle, son