Analysis Of The Movie ' The Heart Of Heart ' Essay

1959 Words Oct 18th, 2016 8 Pages
After their heart to heart in the park, Tom managed to avoid Booker for the rest of the day. He likened his behavior to that of an obstinate child, his decision to distance himself from the man who had turned his world upside down an immature attempt at self-preservation. But buried beneath the protective shield of denial lurked an insatiable curiosity. As far as he knew, none of his friends, family or coworkers were bisexual, which somehow added to Booker 's mystique. While he had always known about the officer’s sexual proclivities, he had never given much thought to it before. But all that had changed the moment he had found him semi-naked in his bed, smiling his entrancing smile, eyebrow arched in mock surprise. And now he had a ton of questions. Had Dennis felt an attraction to both boys and girls from a young age or was there an epiphany at puberty? If so, why had it taken him until the age of twenty-four to have the same impulses? It was these questions and many others that had tortured him all day. Was he bisexual, or was it the allure of Booker 's enigmatic personality that yanked his crank? His mind was in a whirl, and desperate for answers, he had spent a good part of his day studying his male companions, looking for any signs of attraction.

First, there was Penhall. Handsome, funny, honest to a fault, he was, without a doubt, the best friend Tom had ever had. But when Hanson closed his eyes and tried to imagine kissing him, his nose wrinkled in amused disgust.…

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