This delicate drama benefits greatly from the surprising appeal of rocker Jon Bon Jovi, who has the chops to become a screen star. Having paid his debt to society, ex-con Jamey (Bon Jovi) is living on New York City's streets until he can get his life back together. He prefers the indignity of washing car windows to participating in any of his brother, Gil's (William Forsythe), get-rich-quick schemes; Jamey took the fall for Gil once, and doesn't intend to do it again. Jamey gets the chance to go straight when he runs into a census taker at a men's shelter. The civil servant encourages Jamey to go after a job as a government enumerator, and Jamey makes the grade. Jame...