Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
Homosexuality in the California mountains during the 1870s provides the basis for this drama that centers on the reminiscences of a grizzled old mountain man who tells the tale of how he lost his lover. It seems the young buck objected to the freewheeling ways of the other homosexuals and so went to seek the counsel of a local shaman who told him that it was okay to have more than one lover at a time. The young man then felt at peace and left the mountain man alone as went off to find sexual adventure elsewhere.
homosexual, love, tragic-love, man, mountains