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Gregory J. Lucas,
It is always difficult to make a study in the prostitution world and even more in the gay prostitution. This great documentary consists in monthly face to face interviews with some gay hustlers in Montreal downtown.
From the very first minutes, it appears that most of those hustlers are actually straight but they accept to have sex with male clients for the money, which they spend buying drugs. Many of them have actually started drugs before prostitution. But it is definitely not that simple!
They all want to get out of the prostitution, but can a "normal" work make you earn that much money and that fast? On the other hand, a "normal" work keeps you busy, so you have much less free time to do drugs. Eventually, you will get no answer: just more questions. And so what? If you want a clear answer, you must have a clear question!
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