Molly Manning's debut is rich with visual texture. It interestingly weaves between an introspective study of Tara's (Mia McKenna-Bruce) desires for fulfillment and a chaotic escapist adventure of the three central teens. It certainly owes a debt to Mia for grounding the film in it's mostly vague sense of purpose. In that respect, the film fails to leap into a clear tonal direction after the detrimental turning point of Tara's experience, leaving the viewer, bruised from the abrasive tone and harsh subject matter, desiring more. More to glean from her experience. More insight. As contemplative as it is, the film fails to launch into an experience that's truly revelatory or intriguing. That said, the film entertains throughout with the humorous and honest character interactions that help maintain the authentic, organic atmosphere.