It's no walk in the park, either. This meandering and fatally disjointed debut from quadruple threat Nick Veronis -- who wrote, directed, produced and stars -- falls prey to the same combination of overambition and unwillingness to stick to essentials that derails so
many first films. Here a single set of characters get involved in four different plots that don't so much intertwine as simply get in one another's way. Aspiring filmmaker -- what else? -- Jimmy (Veronis) has a day job at a New York City pasta shop. Tragedy strikes one afternoon, when a prop
briefcase thrown from the bridge where Jimmy and his actor buddies (Neal Jones and Patrick Fitzgerald) are shoo...