The background is greatly detailed and it feels like the characters are in the scene. Compostition is good too, the postioning and the hidden expressions give the what would normally look like a bunch a pin-ups of characters drama. It looks like an actual scene, which is something I haven't seen too much of 'round these parts of dA.
That said, unfortunately there are a lot of bad things about it as well. The most glaring problem is Reyez's pose. I don't care what Silvertis said, his pose looks awkward. I can see you clearly wanted to show the Reyez just doesn't care anymore. In that case, way didn't you make his arms form a W shape? Instead we get Reyex pointing up to the sky as if he's saying "Look up at the sky guys!" It's just awkward. Second is proportion, especailly concerning Hunter. His body looks alright, but his head is way too big. He looks like a cross between a realisitcally drawn anime version of him and a chibi form of him, it's disturbing. Tom's shoulders are really long too. Then there's James. Now the way he's put in is fine, but his pose is just ughhh. I can see you wanted to show him in weakness, which is good and appropriate, but him leaning against the door like that doesn't sit well. In the scene, James doesn't want them to come in and just go away, he's not welcoming them as his pose suggests. He should be standing straight with his head down like you did, as if obsurcting the doorway and his face from the others. This pose just makes me think that James is fondolling with his you-know-what.
Criticism aside, I think this is a good, well-done piece. The problems I mentioned are relatively quite small, the piece as a whole capture's the scene's atmosphere and doesn't look cluttered up like how most works like this look. It's got a few problems, but in general it's fantastic.