Oh, the pain of being young and pretty and impulsive and stupid. That's the pain that afflicts the people in this essentially meaningless bit of torpor about a young, pretty French man (Rodolphe Marconi) living in Rome. There he meets another young, pretty man (Andrea Necci). While asserting their heterosexuality, they find time to gaze longingly at each other, caress each other's hair and sleep in the same bed.
But when they finally hook up, that's when their emotional pain really begins. Of course, viewers will be in pain from the beginning, unless you think watching hot guys stare at each other and almost have sex is enough to make a movie worthy. Then there's a conveniently placed female character just in time for the head-scratcher of an ending. All you need to know: Forbid yourself from buying a ticket.