The subject of this film is a very serious one. Whether it's lbgt or straight youth, unfortunately, the result is often the same. Kids who have nowhere to live, who end up on the streets, and have to do many awful things just to survive.
The problem with this film is that it's really two different films pasted together, each one distracting from the other. One is a story of a gay/bisexual man who cheats on his wife and picks up male hookers, and the other of a young gay man living in very undesirable conditions, just to survive. It is presented that the young man has Borderline Personality Disorder. Of the two conditions, being left to fend for himself on the streets and having the personality disorder, the BPD far outranks the other in many ways.
The chances of a successful life, with the BPD are much slimmer than if he didn't have it. What I took away from the film that in the end, there were actually three different subjects in the film. Too many to have if the subject matter, gay homeless youth and it's consequences, were to be addressed well. It would have been much better to have presented just one subject and do that well.
Would have liked much more to have seen a story of several young gay guys, in the same boat, and how they navigate the difficult life they have to deal with. Leave out the other two subject for another film, BPD and the Bisexual guy. So, while the acting is pretty good in the film, the talent would have better served in a much more focused movie.