If you're familiar with writer-director Everett Lewis's raunchy FLESH AND BONE (1996), it's not a total shock when this gay romantic comedy suddenly veers into to heavy S&M, non-consensual sex and suicide. If nothing else, Lewis is consistent in his preoccupations. Jackson Jones (Justin Herwick) is a poet, though everything about him screams "indie slacker" blue spiked hair, goatee, skateboard, a job at an independent record store, his own 'zine. And he's a poet with a problem: He's in lust with his cousin, Jed (b. Wyatt), who's visiting L.A. from Iowa. Is it really incest, Jackson wonders, if it involves two guys? But Jackson's in love with Billy (Jonah Blech...