Soaking wet and seemingly shaken to her core, a young woman knocks at a stranger’s door in an RV park looking for shelter and comfort. At first glance, she finds help in the care and concern shown to her by a lonely elderly man living alone. But soon, that care transforms into curiosity and paranoia. And in this small RV, shaking from the raging rain and wind outside, paranoia spreads like wildfire. Both parties question the motives and desires of the other. As uncertainty and nervousness heat up and questions come thick and fast, things turn dangerous for the duo. Perceptions of what’s real and what’s not come into play, and all roads lead us to a deadly and bizarre showdown.
From the first frame, audiences are excited for the dam to burst in this thrilling study of holding tension. Yet the journey to get there is even more sumptuous, with dynamic performances from leads Jordan Cowan and Brendan Rock. Rising indie talents Indianna Bell and Josiah Allen bring their feature directorial debut to Tribeca, which explores the authenticity of desire and the tricks people play on themselves and others just to get by.––Casey Baron