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Release Date: June 21, 2002
On DVD/VOD: December 10, 2002
1h 39m |
Zoe Adler (Tunney) is a shy animator with an inherent inferiority
complex and a work environment in which she doesn't quite belong.
Compulsively unable to spend time alone, she attends an office get-together
uninvited. There she shares a few cocktails with a cute co-worker (Priestley).
He offers to drive her home, and she, too drunk to drive, waits in her car
while he hits the restroom.
Outside, a carjacker forces her into the driver's seat and as a result she
runs over a cop. Her assailant flees into the night, leaving her with
manslaughter charges and little money to defend herself. While she awaits
trial, she's enrolled in an electronic bracelet program, unable to leave her
Unused to spending any time on her own, Zoe is tortured by the sentence and
desperately clings to any form of human contact including coming on to her
grocery delivery boy, making random phone calls and dragging out the visits
from her bracelet officer Daly (Nelson).
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