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Lee David Zlotoff
It's okay. I'm just gonna wash your hair.
[embarrassed that Jane is watching him take a bath]
I'll wash my own hair.
C'mon, let me. I used to be a hairdresser once.
So, you didn't always do nasty stuff for a job?
No, not always.
That's good. That stuff's like underneath you, you know?
Don't mention it.
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Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Samantha Mathis performed outstandingly as the main characters in this totally realistic movie. Having witnessed the HIV, drug, prostitute scene for real because of a "wild" family member, I can relate to the hurt, rejection and fears portrayed. I watched this because I'm a fan of McNamara, but Joseph won my heart for his acting ability as well did Samantha. This should be a must see for all drug users. I gave it a 10.
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