After Yu’s mother dies his father, a priest, only seems to take solace in the confessions of his sons sins causing Yu to partake in various ‘sinful’ activities to appease him. This is a teen love story as only the Japanese could bring us, complete with up-skirt photography, cross dressing, and bloody gore.
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