Documentarians Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey (The Eyes of Tammy Faye, Party Monster) take their camera to Santa Monica Boulevard and a series of motel rooms where they pay $50 each to 101 different male prostitutes, not to have sex, but to talk about their work and how their work affects their lives. What we see is a fascinating assortment of men (young, old, twinky, buff, porn stars) who candidly reveal themselves to us. Most are gay, others gay-for-pay; many are drug addicts hustling to get their next fix, while others claim that their life of renting their bodies is a lucrative way of making a living. Alternately funny and shocking, some of the men (not all 101 get speaking parts) are obviously playing to the camera while others genuinely expose their real selves. They talk about how they got into the business, their first tricks, their real sexual orientation, what they will and won’t do for a buck. A sexy and fascinating film. DVD contain over 30 minutes of additional footage considered too racy to be included in the final cut.