See Jane Run (Sarah Thorp/Doug Liman) | 2002
Jane has a very active imagination. She likes to imagine herself as a superhero, a celebrity, and sometimes a "Dangerous Person." In reality, however, Jane is only a waitress who is just trying to kill herself- unsuccessfully -over and over again. Her half-hearted suicide attempts are constantly being interrupted by the people around her, all of whom are people who want to DO things, BE things, while Jane just dreams of Wyoming, a place she imagines has "lots of air for everybody." Witnessing a robbery--and the discard of the gun in the garbage dumpster--Jane sees her big chance. Taking the gun home, Jane means to shoot herself. It's not necessary to say it fails again, but it is here when Jane realizes that perhaps she was made for greater things. She has a reason to be alive. Maybe it's because she was meant to be a criminal. Things are now beginning to happen, and Jane's uneventful life has a full schedule.