Based on the life of a prominent Australian Politician, EVERLASTING SECRET FAMILY is a provoking film of morality to be rich in sexual nuance and dramatic conflict. The Senator (Arthur Dignam) and his peers meet as an exclusive "Family" who secretly recruit young boys from select schools and use them for the decadent purpose of realizing erotic desire. One youth in particular (Mark Lee) attracts the Senator's attention and is led deeper into a world of private distinctions of behavior and thought. When the Senator takes a wife, the young man's temporal reality concludes that without his youth he shall lose his position as the Senator's favorite. To avoid this loss and to maintain his powerful charm, the young man invests his energies in raising the Senator's child. After 16 years, the son (Paul Goddard), influenced by his mentor and companion, becomes a homosexual and is also initiated into the "Family" upon reaching manhood. The Senator and his son are then both depended on the love of the handsome youth who has become the focal point in their lives.