A weekly all-male encounter session allows straight men to unburden their emotions, until McKidd comes along, gets handed the 'honesty stone', and admits to a stirring desire for fellow member Purefoy. The latter in turn is having woman troubles of his own, and might just be tempted to take up on the offer. This contemporary London comedy from Rose Troche admits (like her earlier Go Fish) that sexuality is often not as cut and dried as we might think, and is much more diverting for it. McKidd makes a believably befuddled leading man, and there's agreeable support from Callow (wonderfully pretentious guru of 'Iron John' psycho-babble) and Hollander (ultra-camp bitchy flatmate). Slightly one-paced, occasionally contrived, but an amiable diversion for the open-minded.