If this bittersweet comedy about the mysterious death of a New York City musician seems a little anachronistic, it only goes to prove writer-director Thom Fitzgerald's point. The AIDS crisis isn't over, despite the fact that movies-of-the-week and noble Hollywood features on the subject are a thing of the past. Back on the job after taking bereavement leave following the death of her father, assistant D.A. Nicole "Nick" Di Vivo (Parker Posey) is assigned to look into the death of Matthew Shapiro (Don McKellar), a well-known cellist who was found dead in his Chelsea apartment. His death looks like a routine suicide, but a few things about the case make Nick more than ...