Ruth (Sonja Bennett) has found herself in a very difficult situation - all of her good friends are married and expecting children, but she herself is unable to grow up. Ruth desperately wants to enjoy her time partying and having fun. But when her father, Walter (James Caan) tries to ascertain what she is doing with her life, she accidentally lies and tells him she is pregnant. With her family now believing she is ready to grow up and accept responsibility, Ruth is unable to break out of the lie she has created, and it is steadily getting harder and harder to pretend.
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It's down at the donut shop that young Oliver (Joshua Close), a runaway who has grown up in foster homes, meets Dodge (Nick Stahl), a streetwise, hollow-eyed hustler who's always on the lookout for new recruits to present to the local pimp, Fagin (Gary Farmer). The thoroughly unpleasant Fagin, who usually greets his charges with a punch in the face when they return to the ratty hustler rooming house he runs, quickly brings the nervous Oliver into the fold. The only ray of light in this ugly world is Nancy (Michele-Barbara Pelletier), a friendly diner waitress who also happens to be the girlfriend of the unseen Bill Sykes, the terrifying mastermind who apparently controls the entire Toronto underworld, Fagin included.
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