The plot is simple. Anna (Anna Seregina) doesn’t like her step-brother’s new fiancé, Beth (Beth Lisick). Awkward conflict ensues. The premise doesn’t feel particularly weighty in logline form, but Izzo manages to cram a lot of subtext into the film without ever feeling expository or ham-fisted. At its core, this is a film about someone afraid of being left alone. And, so, as a result, she manages her own personal insecurity through sarcasm, snark, and manipulation.