There are a lot of good things to say about Sara Colangelo’s directorial debut. First, Ms. Colangelo does a wonderful job directing a film with competing, interlocking storylines–she’s definitely a director to watch. It’s also good to see Elizabeth Banks give a solid performance outside of her comedic comfort zone. The film’s location has a rural, small town authenticity that only enhances its indie vibe. Unfortunately, it is Ms. Colangelo’s screenplay that undermines the film’s overall effectiveness. The lone survivor (Boyd Holbrook) of a coal mining accident seems like the main character, but the film bounces from several different characters and storylines, never allowing the audience enough time to empathize with any of them.