Depressing.Brothers Ian and Aiden are in the big city looking for their break to become the next pop singing sensation. I've seen these people in Hollywood wandering the streets--too beautiful with vacant eyes that look like they died several years ago. Or even more depressing--the sparkly, wishful ones that haven't had their worlds destroyed, yet--knowing what's ahead for ALL, but the very lucky few.The story is sad, gritty and leaves you feeling despondent. This is not a happy, glittery rentboy story and while I can deal with everything else the ending...sucked. Overall, that wasn't what affected the mid-rating, but rather the rushed nature and the fact that there were some unanswered issues with Ian that really need answering. I know people have strong feelings both ways. Yes, there is twincest.