Husky-voiced actress Joey Lauren Adams' writing and directing debut is the semiautobiographical story of a small-town good-time gal who's getting tired of the endless cycle of drunken one-night stands and self-loathing morning getaways, but isn't sure how to change. Lucille Fowler (Ashley Judd) has spent much of her life living up to her nickname, "Luce" (say it out loud). She drinks too much, doesn't say "no" often enough, is estranged from her tight-lipped father, Lowell (Scott Wilson), and has all but given up on herself. But Lucy isn't a one-note country-music tragedy in the making. She's worked for local contractor Owen Allen (Stacy Keach) for nine years and has...