Four short narratives about love and friendship. In Keith Ransfer's The Brother We Keep a friendship between two men is undermined by bigotry when one, a soldier, discovers the other is a “fag.” An innocent friendship between a man and a woman is threatened by the unfounded suspicions of their lovers in LaTonya Croff's One. Rod Kirkman's No Coincidence, about a woman who keeps a crucial secret from her boyfriend, relies on a psychologically improbable plot contrivance. Croff employs some distinctively garish colors and Ranfer toys expressively with unbalanced compositions and rhythms, but overall these works aspire with limited success to the condition of Hollywood product. Also showing: Pamela Sherrod Anderson's Getting Directions. 88 min.