At the end of the Gulf War, the filmmakers take a trip to the American South in order to try and get a perspective about gay life in the South. For the most part, the individuals questioned revealed such insular, even ignorant perspectives that give a chilling view. One of the odder individuals they found along the way was a man who had created his own personal Graceland to please his wife. No effort is made to create a coherent theme, however, they do make an effort to investigate gay life in the South, and these investigations are the highlights.
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