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A potent mixture of sentiment and grit, and it showcases the talents of its young principals.
New Times (L.A.)
The film belongs to Jordan Brower, whose every appearance breaks one's heart, and makes some otherwise familiar material come alive.
Mr. Showbiz
Hard to watch -- not because of its unflinching realism, but rather for its mawkish reliance on every boy hooker flick from "Midnight Cowboy" to "Johns."
Never quite gets up to speed, lurching its way through a glossing, superficial take on street life and teenage sexuality.

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