A micro-budget psychodrama set in a bare-bones New York City holding cell, that's by turns clever, gripping, obvious, amateurish, perceptive and tedious. There's a full moon over Manhattan, and over the course of a couple of busy hours seven men are arrested and tossed behind bars. Cabbie Mohamed (Mohammed Djellouli) is picked up for brawling with Big Rolla Bills (Bonz Malone) and Oscar (Andre De Leon). A&R guys John and Ian (Ken Li, Shane Franklin) are caught urinating in public. Hasidic salesman Josh (Peter Appel) is apprehended while beating on a prostitute, and bully boys Patrick and Anthony (Tommy Houlihan, Mark Love) are both collared for fighting, one at a bar...