Shot in two weeks for about $11,000, director/co-writer Matthew Harrison's acclaimed drama stars Jason Andrews as a Manhattan slacker who makes a living by selling bootleg concert tapes of local bands on the street. Problems arise when an old flame from his hometown arrives just as a "riot grrrl" punk band angry at Andrews' "business" comes looking for him. Kevin Corrigan, Kimberly Flynn co-star. 87 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English; audio commentary by Harrison; "making of" featurette; photogallery.