In a tale of fathers and sons set in 1980’s small town Texas, a high school basketball prodigy grapples with expectations. Then his estranged and unwelcome gay father returns.
Everything is bigger in Texas, except here in Tiny.
Where traditions run deep.
Where folks are polite even if some hold onto their homegrown prejudices.
Where big city is considered a four-letter word.
Where few kids have aspirations beyond a job at the Dairy Queen.
Where basketball is king unlike most Texas high schools.
Where there exists a distinctly Texan culture.
It’s 1988 in a one blinking-stoplight town in Comanche County, deep in the heart of Texas, pre-cell phone, pre-Internet, pre-polarizing political identities.
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