When one enters into a relationship with someone who is successful and famous, one must find his own identity and fight for respect. This is what happened when a youthful Don Bachardy embarked on a passionate relationship with writer Christopher Isherwood, whose Berlin Stories served as the basis for Cabaret and who was Bachardy’s senior by 30 years. Initially dismissed as a boy toy, Bachardy gained renown as he developed into a successful portrait painter. Using amazing color archival footage, this film recounts a loving relationship that lasted more than 30 years. 2007, video, 90 minutes. Copresented by Quatrefoil Library.