Gentle, understated and thought-provoking little treasure. A little look at fear, humanity and the need for connection in a disconnected world. In just 20 minutes we get to care more about these characters than we get to do in some 2-hr long movies. Eric Stoltz is always lovely to watch no matter what he does, and he's perfect in this, as the shy, innocent, trusting soul tentatively trying to make a connection. Susanna Thompson does a good job as the troubled, icy, controlling, fearful and slightly neurotic counterpart. Kevin Tighe's "villain" side adds a little extra tension to the picture. Both the soundtrack and the ferry and its sounds add a little mysterious quality to this little story and almost give it the feeling it's all happening in a separate little world. Well worth the watch.