Dark and dour in the manner of a self-important student film, this arty examination of a criminal mind examines the effects of drugs on free will. Released from an asylum and graduated from a halfway house, Charlie (screenwriter Kirk Harris) pays regular visits to his psychiatrist, Dr. Resner (Jonathan Chaus). Charlie's demeanor is calmly reassuring, and he discusses his job as a machinist and even alludes to a girlfriend. But Charlie's hasn't exactly recovered from his past: He killed his abusive father, who was suspected in the deaths of Charlie's mother and sister. As Charlie starts to tinker with his medication, he begins hearing voices in his new quarters, and i...