This rather odd film essentially revolves around a young woman by the name of "Katrina Skinner" (Emily Barclay) who-along with her older brother "Danny Skinner" (Laurence Bruels)-has been allowed to do anything they want because their father, "John Skinner" (Robert Morgan) has spoiled them since the time they were born. As a result, Danny has received a life sentence for murdering a convenience store clerk and Katrina is a single mom with no job and does whatever she feels like doing at any given moment. Nobody can control her and each day she gets much worse to the point that she is even considering murdering her father to gain control of his house. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this turned out to be much better than I initially thought as Emily Barclay put in an outstanding performance and the plot kept getting more bizarre as the film progressed. That being said, however, I should point out that the version I saw had one glaring technical issue involving a dramatic rise in volume whenever music was introduced in a scene. Whether this was intentional or simply the result of an inept sound mixer is not known to me. Likewise, I didn't especially care for some of the vulgar language but perhaps the director (Paul Goldman) felt it was necessary to achieve a certain desired effect. Be that as it may, I enjoyed this film for the most part and all things considered I have rated it accordingly. Slightly above average.