New York filmmaker Rosemary Rodriguez makes her feature debut with this autobiographical drama about a young woman in the East Village (Ana Reeder) who’s estranged from her parents and hopelessly hooked on crack and heroin. Reeder gives a fine performance as the addict, whose self-loathing begins to ebb when she’s taken in by an older woman who has conquered her own drug habit to become a successful photographer (Michael Hyatt). The story arc will be dully familiar to anyone who’s seen a movie about addiction, but this accumulates power through its careful and informed observation of the street-level drug market and the junkie’s repertoire of emotional games. 94 min.