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A man (Colin Hanks) falls into a mysterious hole that suddenly appears inside the house of his mistress (Alison Brie). Now she must distract everyone from finding out about her affair and the hole, while trying to hold herself together in the process.
It has that feeling of a piece that needed a bit more workshopping to discern its purpose and, like a lot of independent cinema that feels like it has theatrical origins, never becomes convincingly cinematic.
It's too bad Wherham doesn't have a clue what to do with all this sticky stuff, struggling to make scenes work that don't piece together properly, while casting is largely a letdown, making whimsy feels uncomfortably labored.