This oddity from Christopher Nolan doesn't quite pack the punch or end up being as fulfilling as his follow-up Memento, but it's still a challenging and intriguing piece of work. Only 69 minutes, the film tells a convoluted story about a man (Jeremy Theobald) who gets his kicks by following people surreptitiously. One day one of his subjects confronts him, introducing our follower into a life of breaking, entering, and general misanthropy. In the end, it's not what it seems, of course, and Nolan's impressive direction belies its low-budget nature.