More a failed experiment than a viable movie, this gimmicky omnibus of ten dramatic monologues never comes to life. In the first of these soul-searching confidences, an experienced woman (Radha Mitchell) discusses her difficulty in banishing a previous beau from her heart. Next a college coed (Alicia Witt) shares a bittersweet recollection of the loss of her virginity. A far-from-swinging single (Lisa Gay Hamilton) recalls a humiliating blind date in which the sex was one-sided and impersonal. A romantic-minded lady (Rebecca Tilney) who reminisces about a platonic encounter with a pastry chef on a plane; despite his evident lack of interest, she feels he may have bee...