Indie cinema can be pretentious and extremely crude, and in that context Julie Davis's writing and directing debut not only looks pretty good, but actually has some claim to gloss. That said, while it's true that other people have made much worse
movies at hundreds of times its modest budget -- $70,000 -- that's not exactly a blockbuster selling point. Davis's heroine, Katie (Marla Schaffel), is a 25-year-old virgin and self-described hopeless romantic. Katie isn't easy to love: She's neurotic, narcissistic, whining, suspicious, priggish,
disdainful of her contemporaries' mores and refuses to see a therapist. But best friend Ben (Mitchell Whitfield) loves her anywa...