The young man who rings the bell at the brothel is unconsciously looking for God.
This ties in with Randy Alcorn's statement in Heaven (p. 160):
Nothing is more often misdiagnosed than our homesickness for Heaven. We think that what we want is sex, drugs, alcohol, a new job, a raise, a doctorate, a spouse, a large-screen television, a new car, a cabin in the woods, a condo in Hawaii. What we really want is the person we were made for, Jesus, and the place we were made for, Heaven.