The relationship between Janice and Tim blossoms naturally, a warm spark followed by pleasant conversations that lead to subtle revelations. Writer/director Lee Kirk goes for a slice of life with this one, and the film lands there squarely without being too dry or-on the flip side-too cutesy. Fischer as Janice aids in keeping everything in check, her delivery both poised and thoroughly authentic, creating a lost character you still want to follow despite her open admission that she's sort of off-roading everything at the moment. From the outset, she's passive but not in the way that makes you wish you could grab her by the lapels and scream some sense into her. You catch glimpses of her tough-as-nails core through the anxious waffling, and you see that, ultimately, Janice has everything in hand.