Men for Sale
Hommes à louer (original title)
Director(s): Jean Rodrigue
Writer(s): Jean Rodrigue
Spoken in French
Subtitles in English
Genre: hustling, gay hustling, gay storyline
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An intimate and unflinching look over 12 months at the hardscrabble lives of hustlers in downtown Montreal.
This French-Canadian documentary follows the lives of 11 sex workers over the course of one year. Their struggles with drug-related issues that force them to sell their bodies being the main reason for their prostitution.