Cynthia and Buck are a young couple with little but love. Soon Cynthia drops the cough syrup and beer drinking Buck: her dreams of being a princess did not involve an unemployed boyfriend who steals steaks and fruit-pies under his shirt. Setting out on her own, a devastated Buck left behind, Cynthia gets a job caring for rich but terminally ill Eleanor. As God would have it, Buck comes back into the picture. Cynthia persuades him to charm the self-conscious Eleanor, to gain favors in her will. What ensues is an intense love triangle, a passionate example of the redeeming power of love and forgiveness. Written by
Guillaume Bock <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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...and if I get rich, I'll help you record it.
Ah, budding patron of the arts.
Hey, I'd be a good person if I were rich.
Why not be a good person now? It's not like it's not an option.
Concerto in d minor For Viola, Guitar, String Orchestra and Basso
Composed by Antonio Vivaldi See more