“Morrison” is the legendary Doors front man, worshiped by “me,” a bulky Gen Xer and single father who smuggles and snorts heroin. This 2001 debut drama by Finnish director Lenka Hellstedt is seen from the perspective of Milla (Irina Bjorklund), a waif who becomes emotionally entangled with the drug runner and pays the price. A rock-laden sound track tries to compensate for what the script lacks: emotion and credible characters. The wan Bjorklund suffers exquisitely, but costar Samuli Edelmann (a Finnish pop singer) is no Jim Morrison. In Finnish with subtitles. 100 min.