Jim Fall's debut feature is a gay romance which suggests true love is more important than casual sex. Gabriel (Campbell - Neve's older brother) is an aspiring musicals writer who feels there's more to life than hanging out with fag-hag pal Katherine (Spelling) and sitting outside his apartment waiting for his straight flatmate to service his latest pick-up.
A rare trip to a New York gay bar leads to a chance encounter with hunky go-go boy Mark (Pitoc) - if only they could find a place to spend the night... Throw in a camp chum and a bitchy drag queen and the result is an engaging feelgooder.
The boys are fine, but it's Spelling who steals the show as a vampish airhead who wouldn't know how to shut her trap if you drew her a diagram.