NYU graduate Adam Bhala Lough's first feature, set in the modern-day world of
renegade New York artists, is suffused with a hopelessly naive notion of
"bombing" graffiti as a form of rebellious visual poetry. Strangely, it's also
occasionally out of sync with 21st-century realities: These days, what NYC
hardware store doesn't keep the spray paint under lock and key? Still, Lough's
fictional love letter to the city's anticorporate lost boys throbs with energy
and style, even if there's not much substance under the seductive surface.