The title of Matthew Schutt's digital indie doesn't make a lot of sense to me, and I found my attention waning from time to time, but on the whole While Supplies Last is an ambitious and worthwhile effort that portends better things down the road.

A dry look at AIDS and its all-too-common mishandling, Schutt puts his characters (a kooky ensemble that works at a hokey advertising agency) in color, except the infected ones -- who appear in black and white (not their scenes, the actors are actually digitally decolorized). They're decorating the office with a kind of "six degrees of penetration" project using foam balls and sticks -- each ball represents a person; each stick a sexual encounter. Before long the sculpture spans the entire building.

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