Director Adam Reid’s debut revolves around three forlorn storylines. Lonely voiceover artist Bill Soap (Harry Chase) lives in suspended adolescence (and denial) at his bucolic retreat. His closest companion is the deliveryman (Kamel Boutros) who comes daily. In suburbia, an elderly widow (Lynn Cohen) strikes up an unusual friendship with her sardonic, divorced and considerably younger neighbor (James Urbaniak). Finally, two attractive New Yorkers (Nate Smith and Sabrina Lloyd) find their burgeoning, vaguely defined relationship undercut by devastating news.