With this 2014 feature, indie filmmakers Bingham Bryant and Kyle Molzan aim for a pastoral drama along the lines of Kelly Reichardt’s early features, but with a dash of conceptual sci-fi; their idea ought to work, but they lack Reichardt’s skilled touch with amateur actors and the dialogue scenes are uniformly awful. Rosalie Lowe, the most experienced performer, plays a forest-fire lookout in northern Maine who monitors the wilderness on CCTV screens all day; Anabelle LeMieux, floundering in her first screen role, is the old friend who comes to visit her; and Tom Lloyd, as a weirdo neighbor who bursts into their home in the middle of the night, seems like a refugee from The Room. The movie’s sole attraction is an odd, exceptionally potent electronic score by Japanese pop musician Keiichi Suzuki.