A knockabout romantic comedy meets a soulful, sexual drama as a “Kept Boy” fears he’s approaching his expiration date for not being the twink boy-toy his man wants anymore.
Sandwiched among this tale is plenty of shirtlessness courtesy of men who’ve spent plenty of time at the gym, and hot sex scene or two. The pool party scene at the beginning, while a necessary part of the story, is largely an excuse for the camera to slowly pan across a bevy of hot guys in various states of undress.
With the viewership of Farleigh’s TV show down and money getting tight, Farleigh tells Dennis that he has to get a job to support himself. A disgruntled Dennis discovers that being a “Kept Boy” isn’t exactly a qualification that employers recognize even his local Starbucks.
Farleigh does manage the scape together the money to hire hunky pool boy Jasper (Greg Audino) who quickly advances to become Farleigh’s production assistant. As Dennis sees Jasper’s advancing into his territory at home, there is suddenly one boy too many. So which one is still there at the end?
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