Ron & Alan are discovered on a busy street corner and are obviously breaking up their long love affair. Ron returns to his apartment and resorts to masturbation while thinking of his sexual experiences with Alan (all of this is described pictorially in the daringly beautiful masturbation sequence). After reaching a climax, he decides to shave, change and go out for the evening to shake Alan from his mind.
Alan Dark had starred in three other films for Pat Rocco when he was called to co-star with Ron Dilly in a wild new story called "The End." it turned out to be a perfect match, as Ron and Alan worked together to complete a film that included scenes of strenuous dancing, masturbation, kissing, physical love-making, a way-out dream sequence, and death. They handled their difficult acting chores like seasoned troupers, and the result was a film that became another "first" for the filmmaker who was already heading the field in making the best male films. Besides having an original score written by a top-rate rock group called "rainbow, an entire all-male night club and its customers were commissioned to play a major part in the film. Reviewers were unanimous in their response to the film that broke all the barriers of convention and set a new trend in male films. Cries of "great," "fantastic," and "genius" were not uncommon from audience and press alike. All this in a thirty-two minute film that contained not one word of dialog. This was truly another Gold Star production for Pat Rocco.