Paul Nolan lives a sometimes blackly comic, sometimes tragic life, that appears completely concerned with sex. Sex as revolt, sex as conquest. Sex as definition. Ironically, sex is the main reason for his failure as a man. He wants to be a good husband and father, but he is driven by obsessions whose roots are unknown, a mystery that is unravelled during a bizarre week that begins with indiscretions in Reno and ends with his exile from home and family in the middle of a party held to sell a surreal outdoor sculpture that appears one morning on his lawn.
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