While sorting out their relationship problems at a remote lake house, married couple Charlie (Lake Bell) and Andrew (Jason Clarke) cross paths with a mysterious stranger named Jacob (Clifton Collins Jr.), whose unexplained presence threatens to derail their progress and puts their lives at risk. Writer Carolyn Miller also directs this psychological thriller with a surprising twist. Frankie Ingrassia co-stars.
A neonoir that's clearly also highly influenced by Polanski's *Knife in the Water*. As a noir, it's neither as over-the-top and unapologetically pulpy as something like *Wild Things*, nor as understated and stylized as something like *The Limey*. Instead it exists in a kind of serviceable, meh middle, with none of its images particularly memorable. (And, just out of curiosity, why does Lake Bell's character dress