Not since Larry Clark's KIDS (1995) has the threat of HIV infection been used so gratuitously, driving a narrative that ultimately has nothing to do with the AIDS crisis. Two ostensible strangers meet in a Manhattan bar and, after a few drinks, wind up back at an East Village apartment, alone. Dan (X-MEN's James Marsden), who works for a big-shot producer, claims to have had only six or seven sexual partners and always practices safe sex. Tom (Felicity
's Scott Speedman), a cook at a city restaurant, owns the apartment and seems a little nervous. After a few more drinks, Dan suddenly realizes that he's been here before, but he's a little fuzzy on the details. T...