*Online Premiere* Jane faces the reality of an apparent relapse after waking up half naked in the backseat of a car. This immersive drama from director Sarah Elizabeth Mintz is a disturbing portrait of drug abuse that uses a fractured timeline and volatile character shifts to paint a picture of bleak disarray. In the opening scene, we’re thrust into a car with Jane and Jamie as they drive down the highway trying to recount the events of last evening, as their relationship teeters precariously between reliance and resentment. When we flash back several hours earlier to Jane waking up alone in a haze, and returning to a squalid drug den to find Jamie, she tries to piece together the situation, and finds it ongoing — Jamie is still tweaking and she still can’t find a way home. Authentically grim performances from Rachelle Vinberg and Travis Tope, and assured direction from Mintz throws us into the muck, never providing easy answers, and never giving an easy escape. (14 minutes). Written and directed by Sarah Elizabeth Mintz. Starring Rachelle Vinberg and Travis Tope. Director of Photography: Jake Saner. Produced by Lauren Pratt, Gregory Barnes, and Mark Berger. Co-Produced by Jordan Michael Blake. Production Designer: Jake Miller. Make Up Artist: Lauren Bencomo.