Page is scary-good as 14-year-old Hayley, a seeming Lolita out to tempt 32-year-old photographer Jeff (Wilson). They first flirt in an online chat room and then face-to-face in a coffee shop. Jeff invites pixie-ish Hayley back to his home for drinks, only whatever you think may happen, doesn't. Hayley drugs Jeff, ties him to a chair, and accuses him of being a child pornographer, pedophile, and possible murderer before threatening him with castration for his "crimes." Is she right or just a very dangerous hysteric? First feature for commercial/video director Slade.
A 30-something photographer is seduced by a 14-year-old girl via online chat room. He brings her to his house for some drinks (alcoholic ones no less) and finds himself drugged, tied to a chair and bombard with dull-sarcasm and soapbox lecturing from his would-be teen victim. She accuses him of being a child-molester (who would have thought?) and a possible murder while threatening to castrate him, or at least bore him senseless with pretentious dialogue and gaping plot-holes. In the end, it's the audience that suffers.