The Paris Syndrome
by John Roman Baker
A dark exploration of illicit desire, madness and paternal responsibility.
Francis has two sons. When one of them disappears in Paris, he returns to the city of his youth to search for him, and once more, the city becomes a place of illusion, frustration, deceit and passion. Francis is desperately in love with his son, but what secret desires are at play in the minds of his two grown-up boys?