Call it bravery, call an act of extraordinary egoism: Either way, writer-star Stephanie Bennett's dramatization of her personal descent into post-breakup perdition has a morbid appeal that's tough to shake. After a seven-year relationship came to an end, a hurt and lonely Bennett found herself lost in a fog of sex and booze; so, in true L.A. fashion, she decided to turn her experience into a warts-and-all screenplay. She plays a single schoolteacher named Samantha, who we first meet perched on a toilet. Drunk and high, Samantha's at a party with her boyfriend, Anthony (Jeramy Guillory), but she's soon making out with a friend (Niklaus Lange) in a back bedroom. Anthon...