Adam and Ben live together, they are close friends, support each other and they like to party. They have a good life, pockets full of money, money that comes from their clients. Ben has his own sweetheart who just moved in with them and doesn't really get along with Adam. Larry, their pimp, has a cabaret show and after a problem with the two lead actors he is forced to urgently find replacements. He offers this opportunity to Adam and Ben and suddenly they are involved in this new world of underground theatre, performing as drag queens. On their road to success, Adam and Ben meet many people from the media industry, journalists, actors, producers, rich and powerful people; everyone is after something. These two guys will go on a journey that will show them how sick, perverted and dangerous it could be to get involved in show business but how tempting and rewarding as well. Showing all aspects of the industry from the underground to the most mainstream areas, from the lower class ...Written by
First Round Films
The film was in pre-production for two years. The shooting period was divided in two. A Principal Photography period and an Additional Photography period nearly six months later. See more »
Come on, it can't be that bad, I mean... is acting and... we'll be doing it together
Adam, is not real acting! and at least no one had to ever see me... sell myself
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To Be or Not To Be-friend,Lover or self absorebed Pr**k?
The relationship between the two protagonist is unclear to me. Did Ben reveal some intimate details of their early life together to that magazine writer to suggest they may have been on the DL? I say this as Adam called him on it after the interview was published. Also, they were rent boys being pimped by the Drag Queen club owner, and it seemed they, at first, had female clients. But it seems Ben would take on a male client only because he
owed' his pimp' a favor.. But sometime after being 'flatmates' Ben starts dating a woman! (Much to Adams disgust!) And when Adam tries to kiss Ben, he is rebuffed! That incident is what causes Ben to move out. Yet Ben plays the passive role in sex scenes with his GF. Maybe both are Bisexual with Ben leaving 'that' behind in his pursuit of a writing and acting career and Adam hanging on to 'it' in hopes Ben will return.? I think the ambiguity of their relationship is what motivates the narrative of this film and the tragedy that follows!
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