James (Michael Grant) is a young and talented pianist who, following the death of his mother, underwent a long reparative therapy for homosexuals. On his return home he clashes with his emotionless father (Tom Wopat), who urges him to leave his piano studies to devote himself to working on the farm. James decides to satisfy his father’s expectations and put his past to one side. But when he bumps into Charlie (Josh Green), his former lover, his new certainties are undermined. Telling of – more than the reparative therapy itself – its impact on who is subjected to it, Fair Haven avoids melodramatic shackles and reveals itself to be a sincere and touching film.
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