Pascal Janssen is terminally ill and wants to help his beloved ‘boys’ Tom and Adam prepare for his death. His wish is for Adam and Tom to be together as a couple, but romance has recently cooled between them as Adam wavers about commitment.
A tender and moving story about life and love and the rituals we all go through at some point as we face up to our mortal nature. The garden centre references are a metaphor for finding a place of safety in which to grow and flourish. They are also a metaphor for the cycle and seasons of life.
Beautiful, inspirational, heart-rending, but ultimately optimistic Pascal's Boys is a story about the power of love.
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by on September 29, 2016
- Fabian Black, February 2011
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