presents viewers with many such opportunities as it follows a trio of characters stumbling into and over unpleasant moments, telling the story of Jack (Mark Duplass), who is still a complete mess one year after the death of his brother. When his best friend and love interest, Iris (Emily Blunt), demands he clear his head, alone, at her father’s vacation home, neither anticipate that her sister (Rosemarie DeWitt) will already be there, leading to an embarrassingly brief and awkward sexual encounter. The next morning, Iris surprises them both by showing up, which results in a series of cringe-worthy moments. Despite the pain, editor-turned-director Lynn Shelton manages to keep audiences engaged throughout via humor and characters who, though flawed, are accessible and genuine. Shelton spoke with us over the phone about her approach to directing and how her time as an editor affected her style on set.