Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato interviewed 101 male hustlers in LA, and their gritty 78-minute video documentary addresses such topics as “Turn-ons,” “Watersports,” “Drugs,” and “Dreams.” The opening titles argue that these guys are just like “normal people,” but the footage makes a different case: several were molested as children, some are homeless, and many are on drugs (as one of them says, “to deal with the fact that you’re now using intimacy as a commodity”). Others say they’re not ashamed, that they simply enjoy sex a lot, and many object to being characterized as dirty or degraded. But when offered three minutes to say anything, most are silent; one demonstrates auto-fellatio positions, and another eventually says, “Hi, mom!”