Two brooding expats (Anton Yelchin, Lucie Lucas) meet by chance in Porto, Portugal, and share an intimate night they relive for years afterward. Cinematographer Wyatt Garfield favors a bluish, overcast palette by day and sumptuous golden tones by night; director Gabe Klinger, making his narrative feature debut, conveys the lovers’ fragmented memories by switching between Super 8, 16-millimeter, and 35-millimeter film. Unfortunately the thin narrative reveals little about the characters aside from their brief encounter, and the actors lack chemistry; their romantic connection feels like lust amplified by loneliness. In English and subtitled French and Portuguese.