Ambitious, visually striking and technically innovative (apart from STAR WARS: THE PHANTOM MENACE, it's the only film to date completed totally in the digital domain), this paranoid, low-budget slice of gay life in the Big Apple uses various urban myths
(like the one about the poodle in the microwave, which we actually get to see) as the hook for a hallucinatory but ultimately unbelievable revenge fantasy. When we first meet Charlie (Dan Futterman), he's depressed as hell; we assume his funk is due to the end of his relationship with soulmate
Chris (Matt Keeslar). As he travels around town looking for a mysterious, hunky stranger (Samuel Ball) he spotted earlier, w...