Richard and Priscilla Parker are an ordinary suburban couple whose lives are invaded and rocked by their hedonistic, secretive new neighbors, Eddy and Kay Otis.
Fifty years ago, a Home Office committee chaired by Wolfenden, then vice-chancellor of Reading University, recommended the decriminalization of homosexuality. But behind the scenes of what was to become a turning point in British social history, there was an even more extraordinary story. Jack's son Jeremy, then a brilliant undergraduate at Oxford, was himself gay, something his father could not bring himself to acknowledge.
Consenting Adults A Study of Homosexuality is a 30-minute 16mm film made for British television. Though made in the days when being gay was synonymous with depravity and vice, it tries for sympathy and understanding as two TV reports hold lengthy interviews with a couple of the Queen's queer subjects who casually discuss their secret dark existence.