So-so movie about a high-end call girl in Manhattan. It's one of Soderbergh's experimental films, which means it doesn't really have a plot; instead we get random scenes in which everything is a transaction. The call girl Chelsea, played by adult film star Sasha Gray, has one expression, a kind of bemused vacuousness. It's interesting for a while because it makes you wonder what her character is really like but after 77 minutes it just gets tiring. The stuff with her boyfriend, a personal trainer aspiring for a management position, does not help matters.
Soderbergh filmed this with a relatively cheap hi-def camera in wide-angle shots and it looks amazing. I'm a huge fan of film stock over digital cameras but the look and feel he got with his camera was impressive. The compositions were the best part of the film.