This is the kind of languidly paced little indie flick that I have a soft spot in my heart for. And Kelli Garner is the kind of actress that I have a soft spot in my erogenous zones for. Damn, she's gorgeous! When she's onscreen, I'm guessing it will be very difficult for most guys to tear their eyes away from her ASSETS! I know it was for me. But that's just one (well, two) of the pleasures to be found here. Agnes Bruckner gives a strong performance as a young woman struggling to decide what to do with her life, while at the same time taking care of her widowed alcoholic father and her dying best friend (Garner). Gina Gershon has fun with her small supporting role and John Corbett has some very nice moments as the father, who is trying (but failing) to come to grips with the loss of his wife. Justin Long plays the third vertex of the love triangle with Bruckner and Garner, but I found him to be pretty ho-hum and not really worth the girls getting so worked up about. Maybe the female viewers will feel differently, however. Add to all that the cinematography by Jonathan Sela, which is at times truly spectacular, and you have a film that's easy on the eyes in more ways than one.