Answer: String together a bunch of unrelated vignettes revolving around sex. Start with a hooker and her client, then send that client to work to have sex with someone there, then send that woman's husband to an art gallery to have sex with an artist, and send him on his way as well.
And so on. Can you keep this up for 85 minutes? Sure. You can keep it up forever, but that isn't going to make it a good movie, even if you do have semi-stars like Jil Hennessy and Rosario Dawson rolling in the hay.
This movie, believe it or not, has been made before, with exactly the same premise and approach to B-list actors. That film, called Chain of Desire (get it?) starred Linda Fiorentino and Malcolm McDowell. It also had nothing to say about life, love, or even sex. Except that there's a whole lot of the lattermost going on in New York, where both of these films are set. (Both films are ostensibly based on the German play Reigen.)
Safely skippable, unless you want to see Steve Buscemi play bisexual.
Run time: 90 mins
In Theaters: Friday 11th January 2002
Distributed by: ThinkFilm
Contactmusic.com: 2 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes: 18%
Fresh: 7 Rotten: 32
IMDB: 5.5 / 10
Director: Peter Mattei
Screenwriter: Peter Mattei
Starring: Vera Farmiga as Greta, Domenick Lombardozzi as Eddie Iovine, Jill Hennessy as Ellen Walker, Malcolm Gets as Robert Walker, Steve Buscemi as Martin Kunkle, Rosario Dawson as Anna, Adrian Grenier as Nick, Carol Kane as Joey, Michael Imperioli as Will