"(Untitled)" isn't untitled - its title is a hint that it has something to do with contemporary art.
The movie (directed by "Bartelby" helmer Jonathan Parker) stars Adam Goldberg and Eion Bailey as contrasting brothers. Goldberg's a poor and obscure composer of atonal music, the other guy a rich and successful painter of soulless hotel art.
Right away, you wonder if the filmmakers are trying hard enough. They cast the blandly handsome Bailey as the vacuous artist, the bearded, glaring Goldberg as the difficult genius. Wouldn't it have been interesting to switch it up? (Or cast two guys who you might remotely believe to be brothers?)