Mary (Selma Blair) and Mark (Joshua Close) Hughes seek a different lifestyle after the accidental death of their young daughter, so they isolate themselves by moving to a cottage, whereupon their doesn't appear to be any neighbors.
Until one night.
This is when Bobby (James D'Arcy) and Jane (Rachel Miner) Zachowski impose themselves upon the Hughes with a visit and a gift of chopped wood.
On the next visit, the Zachowski's have dinner with the Hughes and they are acting somewhat strange. Bobby is overly nosy and Jane seems pretty passive. The Hughes politely tolerate their presence until their son Jared (Alex Ferris) becomes physically aggressive with the Hughes son, Brendon (Quinn Lord).
The Zachowski's return to the Hughes home, early in the morning and hold the family at gunpoint. What's the point, other than to steal their identity? No doubt, it's the fact that Bobby is nuts!
Nevertheless, Mark is able to get a hold of the gun and shoots Bobby.
Bobby: Enjoy the wood.
Bobby: I would never kill a dog.
Bobby: They're gone. I checked. Not even a tire track.
Bobby: What I said was, "Be gone." You know, this is a nice neighborhood.
Jared: You suck at this!
Mark: I don't hear an accent from Bob.
Mark: So, what do you do for a living Bob?
Mark: Well, everyone has baggage.
Mary: Brendon! Come on, you're scaring me.
Mary: Brendon, stay close.
Mary: Well, you can be whoever you are, around me, Bob. Just take Mark's glasses off.
Directed by: Jeremy Power Regimbal
Written by: Joshua Close
Starring: Selma Blair, Joshua Close and James D'Arcy
Rated: Not Rated
Release date: November 9, 2012
Taglines: How far would you go to be perfect?
Time: 97 minutes
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