Adam Rifkin's high-concept tale of bad behavior in the age of surveillance is shot as though every moment were captured by hidden cameras, from videophones to dashboard-mounted police surveillance lenses.
Most, though not all, of Rifkin's characters cross paths at an upscale Los Angeles mall. That's where rich, bored high-school vixens Holly (Heather Hogan) and Sherri (Spencer Redford) run into teacher Mr. Krebbs (Jamie McShane) and his pregnant wife (Kimberly Quinn), and Sherri decides it would be fun to seduce him. Smarmy hound-dog Tony Gilbert (Hayes MacArthur) manages an upscale bed-and-bath store and has sex with employees in the storeroom. Undercover l...