Although the film does not have a linear plot, a structure exists, telling the same story from three different perspectives. At the beginning, Soderbergh speaks to the audience in a style meant to evoke Cecil B. DeMille's introduction to The Ten Commandments.
|keywords||arrest begin cecil b. demille cecil b. demille\'s dentist detach drug dealer elevator music end file foreign language greet heroin jog law firm muzak mystery man number 2 sexual harassment shopping mall sleep talk ten commandments the ten commandments|
|producer||John Hardy John Re|
|theme||avant-garde and experimental narrative satirical surreal|