With his dreadful "Teen Apocalypse Trilogy" (TOTALLY F***ED UP, DOOM GENERATION and NOWHERE) little more than a bad memory, writer-director-editor Gregg Araki tries his hand at reworking something a bit more restrained: nutty romantic comedy, namely Ernst
Lubitsch's own retooling of Noel Coward's Design for Living.
The result is characteristically stylish and willfully outre, and uncharacteristically watchable. After a whole year without so much as a date, 22-year-old Veronica (90210
's Kathleen Robertson) suddenly finds herself with
two handsome men on her hands: Abel (Johnathon Schaech), a sensitive aspiring novelist who writes music reviews for quic...