This is a quiet film meant to be watched in stillness. There is alot going on, that is only revealed in small moments and whispers. There is a hitchcock feel to this psychological thriller, but that doesn’t take away from the wierdness of it all. It is meant for an indie audience that likes plots that don’t follow your expectations. It feels that the whole film is meant to make you uncomfortable, while drawing you in and making you engaged in understanding these characters. Its a cold kind of scary, that is approprate for a rainy afternoon at home.