It's a tad inconsequential, but Travis Mathews offers a believable slice of San Franciscan life with his graphic debut feature.
| Original Score: 3/5
It's a sweet, slight movie that, while hardly a paragon of dramatic originality, executes a simple idea very effectively.
An enjoyable and controversial drama with impressively naturalistic performances and a strong soundtrack, but the graphic gay sex scenes feel too overdone.
It's consistently intriguing, but realistically fragmented.
| Original Score: 3.5/5
Audience enjoyment is ... likely to be dictated by tolerance of generally aimless, often witty, sometimes pretentious West Coast hipsterdom.
| Original Score: 4/5
Graphic, gritty and uncompromising, it explores love through the act of sex - an admirable experiment.
An excellent work by a talented emerging filmmaker.
[I]t's a shame then that the film doesn't do all that much with the promise of this more honest material.
| Original Score: C+
A film named after Chic's finest dancefloor offering frankly demands more dramatic pulse and thrust.
| Original Score: 2/5
A well-meaning ensemble drama about boho San Franciscans sorting their love lives, it never heats its faltering fictive story to the temperature of its unfaltering sex scenes.