Unable to connect with women, busboy Trevor (Peter Pryor) instead steals their dirty forks to help him whack off. Then Trevor meets smack fiend Lahn (writer and helmer Kevin DiNovis), whose needy nature he exploits beyond the pale and then some.
Scrambling to explore twisted territory, this black-and-white indie steers into a narrative cul-de-sac. Shot on a shoestring, it struggles to turn up the psychosexual heat as the camera loafs on dull characters in the same limited settings. By the time the topic of castration enters the frame, you'll wish this 87-minute S&M yawn had been cut even shorter.