Laura Nix’s oppressively closed-off feature maps the evolving power and sexual relationships that connect a domineering music-talent manager (Katy Selverstone), her fastidious personal assistant (T. Jerram Young), and the beautiful, self-possessed musician she falls for (Brynn Horracks). The video creates a potent sense of how capitalism functions within personal relationships, but visually and dramatically the video is inert, its talented actors mostly confined to the dead, stylized space of the manager’s blinding white apartment. The blunt shifts in plot and character motivation only intensify the feeling that the film is unsure of itself. 80 min.