A nychthemeron snapshot about a suicidal young girl whose rooftop jump is botched when a robbery takes place in the bank she works for. (Being the hostage of one of the robber’s, he threatens to kill her if she doesn’t comply, which she gladly accepts, but obviously the threat doesn’t help things flow smoother for him.)The indie romp, directed by Dana Lustig is punctuated by loud rock-n-roll songs (their amateur style properly juxtaposed against Lustig’s amateur directing style) and seems to take after The Limey in its choppy and shuffled narrative form. Lustig also seems to enjoy tweaking with camera coloring tricks as well, things not often left alone enough as they are. Often the silly but self-serving comedy goes in circles in and of itself, but it never ends up gaining much ground. The lackadaisical and quirky cop team is out of a whole different movie, but never once does Kill Me Later feel like it knows how to stand on its own. Selma Blair (Cruel Intentions) tries her hardest to emulate Neve Campbell, but damn it if it doesn’t work. Blair has her own appeal, something palpable I caught ever since her short-run TV series “Zoë, Duncan, Jack & Jane” (née “Zoë”), but nothing has really been done to capitalize or expand on that feel. Her whiny, moaning, chain-smoking, gothic-face-painted character is too annoying. Lochlyn Munro, as the more naďve and mercurial of the cop duo, brings his brand of humor and even allows it to work advantageously. Also, the sound recording during many scenes is pretty shoddy, no matter how amateurish the rest is.