Viewers may well scratch their heads as they mull over filmmaker Dan McCormack’s
pretentious erotic thriller: Rarely has such persuasive acting, seductive scoring and silken cinematography been put to the service of such a loopy scenario.
Phillip (David Aaron Baker) confides to his friend and accountant, John (Campbell Scott), that he suspects his wife Anna (Mary McCormack) of infidelity and is thinking about hiring a detective to follow her around New York, though he also freely admits that he hasn't been faithful to her. John is eager to help out a pal, and introduces Phillip to Jordin (Peter Gallagher), a favorite of Manhattan divorce attorneys. For a fe...