A collection of morose New Yorkers swirl around four fables of urban dissatisfaction woven into a fabric whose pattern is as enchantingly elusive as the one thing they are supposed to be talking about. John Turturro is a physics professor, Matthew McConaughey a cocky young prosecutor, Alan Arkin a glum older fellow, Clea DuVall a young housecleaner convinced that her life is a part of a benevolent and mysterious design. Jill Sprecher's film loops forward and backward. ''As you puzzle over the intricacies of its shape, which reveal themselves only in retrospect, you may also find yourself surprised by the depths of its insights.'' - A. O. Scott, The New York Times. (2002, 104 min.) Suggested ticket donation is $5. There is a $5.00 Parking Fee on all Sonoma State University lots.