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Editor's NoteNick Stahl stars in this indie gay film as the deeply strung-out teenage Dodge, who lives in a dilapidated dormitory for hustlers, and drifts in a heroine-addicted haze through the coffee shops and darkened streets of Montreal. Reporting to an angry and abusive pimp, he is constantly afraid of being caught without a john, though that doesn't stop him from slacking off on the job. Fed up with working night after night, he stumbles upon Oliver (Joshua Close), a beautiful orphan in need of shelter, food, and work. While easing Oliver into his seedy world of prostitution and drugs, Dodge undergoes a period of self-realization. Perhaps it is the utter corruption surrounding him, or the lack of any forgiving figures in his life, but the harder Dodge tries to get a break from his cold, hard life, the worse it gets. Even a meeting with his own brother, who comes to Dodge intending to apologize for their damaging childhood and cruel father, ends in violence. A loose adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic OLIVER TWIST, this Canadian picture from Jacob Tierney is powerful in its relentlessly depressing drudgery.
Cast & Crew
|Jacob Tierney - Screenwriter|
|Jacob Tierney - Director|