Judith Cahen directed and stars in this 1999 cyberfantasy about a woman pushing 30 who exchanges psychobabble with comrades and former lovers at a community radio station they run and reevaluates her life by plugging into alternate realities. Cahen looks gawky and sexless, and the special effects are uniformly cheesy, but the most puzzling aspect of the film is her dated notions of gender roles and femininity (with images of an effeminate guy in drag, a woman being carried by a muscular hunk, and the protagonist exchanging personas with a man). There are isolated instances of conceptual brilliance (such as the satirical pornographic film loop that casts her and her friends as a housewife and a plumber), but this sort of quasi-SF material demands greater clarity of thought and execution. 120 min.