Graphic sex and nudity notwithstanding, director Scott King has forged an uncannily accurate simulation of a 1940s B-movie; it even opens with its own pitch-perfect fake newsreel snippet setting up the feature to come. It's 1942, and on San Francisco's Treasure
Island, which the U.S. Navy has been using as a center for encryption and decoding, officers Frank (Lance Baker) and Sam (Nick Offerman) are handed a dead body and an unusual assignment. Naval intelligence plans to dump the body, loaded with fake intelligence, where the Japanese are sure to find
it; Frank and Sam must create a convincing false identity for the corpse. As they begin forging personal documents...