First-time writer-director Seth Michael Donsky has hit upon a clever idea: Why not rework Oliver Twist
as a modern-day tale of male prostitution, replacing Charles Dickens' urchins and pickpockets with New York City call boys? Unfortunately, that's about
as far he takes it. Lee (Keiven McNeil Graves) is our updated Oliver, a 10-year-old runaway from foster care. Thanks to the wiles of rent boy Arthur (Jean Loup) -- better known among his clientele as "Fine Art" (read: the Artful Dodger) -- Lee falls into the clutches of nasty old Andre (the late
William Hickey), a creepy Fagin-like operator who runs a house of hustlers. Luckily, Lee soon finds his Nancy in t...