Kicked out by his parents, a gay teenager (Jeremy Irvine) leaves small-town Indiana for New York’s Greenwich Village, where growing discrimination against the LGBT community leads to riots on June 28, 1969.
Please don’t go, just because you have done everything that you promised, please don’t leave me. You are the milk of human kindness and the light in my dark, dark world. Without you life is a desert; a howling wilderness. Please God, in your mercy, don’t take her away from me. My son needs his mother and I need my queen.