Adult life skills
Anna is stuck. Soon to be 30 she lives in her mother's garden shed, barely speaking to anyone, and devotes herself to making short films with her thumbs as actors. Something is missing, and it turns out that Anna's seclusion is her way of dealing with a great sorrow. But when she becomes friends with an eight-year-old cowboy, she slowly begins to open up. Svenska Dagbladet's Jeanette Gentele found that "Rachel Tunnard connects nicely to the realistic British film wave in the 1960's with their ruffled but viable heroines."