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A gritty and poignant look at the world of male prostitutes through the course of a single day on the streets - hustling for money and love while hoping for a little decency. A veteran male prostitute, John, befriends the new guy who looks to John for advice and friendship.
Terrance Howard was great. This was not a convincing role for Luke. It was painful to watch through the predictible end. Unoriginal. A disappointing purchase.Published 1 month ago by Odessa Pickett
Really gteat movle loved it a lot. very good in all areas really keeps your attention. would refer this moviePublished 23 months ago by albert reges
Another movie that's hard to find out there. I was very thankful to have found it here on Amazon. Great B movie.Published on April 25, 2013 by droidsauce
What can one say about the darker side of real life? It is despicable, sad, frustrating, joyful, unrepentable and noxious. Read morePublished on February 14, 2013 by Norvell J. Maher
A right on movie dealing with a right on.provocative subject matter. There is more of this sex trade amongst men then you can ever imagine. Very timely.Published on November 25, 2012 by Melvin Stewart
Approaching his 21st birthday, Johns,a male streetwalker is as much more cynical and money-thirsty as at the start of his male-for-a-sale career-a path to survive. Read morePublished on October 12, 2011 by Michael Kerjman
Do you know what would be more entertaining than watching this movie?
Going down to the streets of L.A. Read more
The VHS packaging calls this a "dark comedy-drama", and there is a level of street humor totally missing from two more famous films with similar subject matter, MY OWN PRIVATE... Read morePublished on July 15, 2007 by James S. Eisenberg
I was rather surprised that I didn't see this film when it first came out more than ten years ago, because it's on the level of compelling drama as My Own Private Idahol(River... Read morePublished on January 17, 2007 by Wing Lee