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Rod

A strong movie about the sadness of life. It reminds me of my younger brother who felt lost and died at 17 before he knew what he was.

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Rick

Well done technically. Sometimes difficult and disturbing to watch. A rather dark drama, a bit like visiting a mental hospital.

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Ma

Unbelievable coincidence. Still good outline to the difficult place some guys end up in. Message NOW take PrEP!

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Pier

I guess you people don't know the underbelly of NY life, being an illegal and trying to survive at whatever cost........... going to the depths of despair.

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Ed

More of an anti-gay propaganda piece.

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Anonymous

Most ridiculous plot ever...

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