A pleasant little diversion. People who came in without seeing the first three chapters (as I did) may be a bit at a loss, but the drama here is well set up.
The real star of this is Nikki Sinn, who dominates every scene she's in as an overbearing lesbian having an affair with recently-separated-from-Mark-Davis Misty Rain. Sinn gets a serious case of greeneyes every time she sees Rain talking to anybody (in one nightclub scene, Sinn is performing on stage with Katie Gold, and every time she looks at Rain chatting with Billy Glide she sees them in flagrante on the bar) and when she ropes would-be stripper Rain into a bachelor party and one guy too many grabs her... Rain heads straight back to Davis.
Luminous cinematography from Jack Remy, well-done script by Raven Touchstone, on-the-money direction by Michael Zen, and a superlative performance by Nikki Sinn: Pre-noms all around.