|Writers||Marianne Mattier (as Mattier Burdett)
|Runtime||120 min, USA:120 min|
|Plot||Cobalt's Sky is an endearing love story revolving around the off-colored life of a colorful carnival owner, Steven Cobalt. One night while parading around the fairground, as usual dressed as a clown, he happens to run into a customer, June Summers, a stoic and rigid young journalist. Repulsed by his forwardness, but attracted to his hypnotic blue eyes and charismatic charm, June cannot shake the impression the clown makes in her mind. She finds herself intrigued by this character and eventually finds herself in a quagmire of uncompromising situations. Cobalt falls madly in love with June. Becoming obsessed he gives up everything he owns in an effort to win her heart. Nothing he does seems to impress her, though. Her old fashioned opinions over shadow the possibility of her allowing her heart to fall in love with the problematic man. Just when she realizes that her feelings might be love, something else surfaces. He is married, has a daughter, and has other dark secrets. Eventually Steven proves to June that his intentions are honorable. But...several issues remain standing in the way of their relationship. Cobalt has an addiction to alcohol, particularly vodka. He is obsessed with hiding his face behind a 'mask' of makeup, which is his shield of protection against his personal truth: he has a feminine face. Steven's motivation to prove his masculinity results in his overt sexual behavior. June, on the other hand is the opposite: she's a straight-laced virgin who has never gotten in touch with her own sexuality, nor has wanted to. Their emotional push and shove eventually reveals the obvious truth; nakedness is an emotional state not a physical one. Steven teaches June to overcome her personal darkness and she shows him how to emerge from his.... search for Cobalt's Sky on IMDb|
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