If you've become a master of watching paint dry and feel you're ready to progress to the next level, this movie might be for you.
Whilst it's true that good actors can convey the entirety of their dialogue through mere expressions and gestures, never once having to utter a spoken word, the actors (and most notably the director) fail utterly in managing to convey any meaning - with or without dialogue.
Trying to pass off a back yard film project as an international work of art by setting it in France similarly fails. Even the worst of French movies will easily run rings around ostensibly-good US-made movies - and in this instance, the movie is far from even mediocre, let alone good.
It's great to support wanna-be filmmakers; it's them who keep the video camera industry alive - but when you're as bad at making movies as Ms. Hill so obviously is, it's time for you to re-consider your career choices. I hear Chipotle's hiring.