A green screen video production company, owned by two warring brothers and their wives, has hired an eccentric director, cast and crew to make a feature film about divorce. The film will also introduce a new device they're testing which will transmit an accurate simulacrum of a person's emotional state over the Internet, thereby creating new options for disaffected couples to reconnect. They have partnered with a second tier studio which has sent their manipulative representative to monitor the production. A former Wall St. attorney turned entertainment rep, he faces unconscious racism, questioning of his American identity, and further tests of male ego, while, in turn, conspiring to grab rights to the device. And of course the actors' agent comes along to protect her clients and get her piece of the pie. But the production is soon in chaos. The director wants to challenge the original premise and soon a proposal gains strength to make the film about the company itself, an ...