Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
A young male fashion model (Joe Adair) questions his sexual orientation in Someone. While at a photography session, the lecherous cameraman suggests that more money can be made with a different kind of "posing." He shrugs off the suggestion before engaging in a romantic interlude with his girlfriend (Bambi Allen). When he discovers he is no longer attracted to the girl, he begins a nervous and inexperienced search for male companionship. He picks up a male prostitute (David Russell), and the two supposedly engage in sex, although no frontal nudity is shown and the liaison is only implied. After the alleged affair, the young model agrees to pose for the photographer (Joe Caruso). This feature is a continuation of the male homosexual theme that permeates the films by director Pat Rocco. Some female nudity is briefly depicted, but the main focus is on sexual confusion rather than exploitative flesh flashing.
homosexual, modeling, photography, prostitute/prostitution, sexual-identity