This unremittingly grim and oddly uncompelling film, about a woman down on her luck in New York, attempts to be a serious character study, but winds up as flat as a day-old egg cream. Sue (Anna Thomson), a single woman in her late 30s, is not only unemployed
and three months behind in her rent, she's unable to form romantic relationships that don't involve quick, cheap sex. Her desperation is almost palpable -- waiters and mothers with children flee in horror -- but she somehow manages to befriend tough-as-nails waitress/thief Lola (Tahnee Welch) and
compassionate bartender Linda (Tracee Ross). Meanwhile, Sue's awkward attempts at picking up men net travel writer B...