A Banker, Husband, and Father, Mr. Smith must leave it behind him. He's made a mistake and he's trying to pay for it but he doesn't know if there is enough money in the world. Or so he ...
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A Banker, Husband, and Father, Mr. Smith must leave it behind him. He's made a mistake and he's trying to pay for it but he doesn't know if there is enough money in the world. Or so he tells Bobby the eighteen year old male hustler Smith employs for company. Bobby quickly learns however, that Smith is no regular John, and their meeting has unintended consequences that neither of them is prepared to afford. Written by
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This film is a work of fiction. The characters and situations represented are also fictional. Any similarity to persons either living or dead is the result of beautiful accident and is by no means intentional See more »
a brilliant but not raunchy story of one new york hustler
I checked out this film because I have come to really enjoy the work of Mr. Swan the writer, whose film, Relative Evil (Ball in the House), I couldn't recommend more highly. While perhaps not quite the caliber of Relative Evil, I submit that the film is another damn good example of some brilliant writing. I was not distracted by the things that appear to have distracted one reviewer at this site, Havan IronOak -- I doubt many people would be. Like Relative Evil, also darkly comic, but more comic. Also a character study, I will eat my sock if you don't get a lot of good laughs and enjoyment from this one. And when you do, post your comments, as I am curious to see what others think.
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