Sue (Anna Thomson) is a New Yorker adrift in her life. She's unemployed, and seemingly unemployable, even though she has a degree in psychology. She's so behind on her rent, she has to take on a brash and vulgar hooker (Tahnee Welch) as a short-term roommate. And she's terminally, eternally single. In the absence of a man, Sue has men, plural. As she slips into a downward spiral, she finds fleeting liberation in self-destructive sex, and equates being used by men with being useful.