A simple, restrained story of an afternoon with a babysitter, well-acted and carefully crafted. Actress Joslyn Jensen is eminently watchable as Elizabeth, the sitter, as she was in the excellent 2011 film, "Without." Director Christopher Bell presents an uncommon combination of the hyper-real and the artful. We trust these are real people but there's an artistry constructed around it, we linger on close-ups of fish in fishbowls and a popcorn maker. The film begins as a non-dramatic exercise in capturing mood and detail, but a situation arises when the child's father, who is not allowed to see his son, shows up unannounced, disrupting a quiet afternoon.