I see a lot of low budget indies, so I have dubious expectations most of the time, going off mostly the trailer but sometimes not even that. In this case, I had not seen the trailer prior to watching the film. That said, I loved it! Really well done. I'm sure it was low budget since there were no real names in the cast, but it looked expensive. The script is very strong. The characters all felt like real people and the acting was terrific. Jillian was awesome, Tyler was awesome, Stacy was awesome. The music was really good. I liked the soundtrack a lot. And the sound itself was top notch. That's what made it feel big budget. But it was also shot well, felt like a confident film of an assured filmmaker. It was also funny and touching. I thought Brett and the team did a tremendous job. It really exceeded my expectations. There were some minor logic questions that made me raise an eyebrow, but nothing to stifle the enjoyment of the film. This would've been a mainstream movie if it had a movie star cast and in the heyday of Sundance (back when they accepted actually independent films), it would've been a Sundance film that people would've taken notice of. I'll be interested to see if this film catches on. I look forward to seeing the filmmaker's other films.