It's a bad sign when early scenes in a drama contain a lot of sex that doesn't reveal anything about the characters having it except that they're hot for each other. In this romance and crime story a pair of lovers become scam artists, deriving their MO from a threatening yet lucrative situation that's brought them together. The movie too is an example of an ironic form of entrepreneurship called independent filmmaking, here a euphemism for the right of anyone to make movies just as awful as those of big studios. Written and directed by Eric Schwab; with Monet Mazur, Carmine Giovinazzo, and Vincent Ventresca. 110 min.