This film was a very pleasant surprise. I went into this knowing nothing about the movie other than Elizabeth Moss of Mad Men fame. I knew she had acting chops and decided to give this film a try. This was shot on a minuscule budget, and in this case, I think the constraints produced a great film because they had to be extra creative to make this.
The film starts off as typical couples' therapy sessions montage. It is quickly ascertained that the husband had been unfaithful during their relationship. Their therapist decides to send them on a retreat when no progress is being made. Again, it seems to be the normal fare but then things start to get wierd. This is not a comedy, although there are definitely comedic moments, but it kind of reminds me of a supernatural, unexplained Groundhog Day type of element that plays out here. I don't want to go into to much detail because I feel it would spoil things.