Bound together by the voice of Lamont (Alvin Seme), a young black man pushed by the constant surveillance of his everyday life to discover the real power is off-screen. Lamont uncovers a living and breathing New York City with his new found power. At the same time, actress Iris (the enigmatic Tricia Vessey of Ghost Dog & Trouble Everyday ) refusal to die in an audition spurs her to get out of the pretentious grind of being in. She becomes the focus of Lamonts camera as he follows Iris into her psychological descent, while her roommate Mira (Liz Stauber of Three Kings & White Oleander), is desperate for fame no matter the price. The truth of the moment comes when the stars of the film (Norman Reedus of Six Ways To Sunday & Blade II) and Matt Boren (Pranksters) step away and the real nobodies (the audience) take control.