Rating: :banana: :banana: :banana: :banana: :banana: In this brilliant psychological horror-thriller, Angela Bettis stars as the title character May, a shy and troubled girl looking for a soulmate. One day, she meets a young filmmaker named Adam (Jeremy Sisto), who seems ultimately perfect in May's eyes. At first, despite her attempts to attract his attention, he makes no note of her. While in a local cafe, he falls asleep and she takes advantage of her obsession with his hands by quietly walking up to him and gently caressing them against her face. She finds that he "likes weird" and they soon become more than just friends... until he finds how weird she really is and dumps her for another girl. Frustrated (although she doesn't give up so easily), she turns to lesbianism with her co-worker Polly (Anna Faris). Pushed to the edge by Adam ignoring her and finding Polly with another woman, May decides that the only way to find a friend is to make one. The film starts out slow but really picks up momentum in the second half. The last fifteen or so minutes are tough to watch, but you can't take your eyes off the screen. Angela Bettis is superb as May, believably portraying a disturbed individual who has trouble trying to find herself. While the rest of the cast certainly impresses, Bettis's performance is most certainly the highlight and one of the reasons that this film is so creepy. MAY takes it's time setting up the characters and plot, which definitely benefits the film and makes it even more disturbing and unrelenting. While it stands on it's own as a great horror film, it is also a wonderful homage to past thrillers and fans will get a kick out of the many references to the films of Dario Argento. Overall, this is one excellent film and one that I recommend everyone see.