Thirty-six hours. Multiple characters. Interlocking narratives. Michael Imperioli’s Manhattan-set film-directing debut hits plenty of familiar notes, almost all of them off-key. Sad-sack radio personality Frank (Schirripa), gutsy New Ager Nadia (Ellis) and freakazoid nihilist Gus (Sandow) all wind their way through a series of laughable contrivances while reciting unbearably on-the-nose dialogue.