Dominick “Papa” Pappas was a handsome, young photography teacher at Indiana University given to impulsive behavior and an overwhelming passion for his craft.
Professor Bradley Louis taught philosophy at the college and had the reputation of being the sternest and most unsocial of all the teachers on campus.
When Papa first laid eyes on Professor Louis it was love at first sight. Professor Louis was handsome, intelligent, and twenty years his senior. Papa approached him, but the professor turned away from his advances, claiming they had nothing in common and belonged to two different generations. Because of that he didn’t think they had a chance to survive as a couple. Can Papa convince him otherwise or will Professor Louis’ theory on May-December relationships prevail?