It would be easy to say that this film is full of unrealized potential and that is a difficulty I am having. Because what I am doing is allowing my own expectations to rule judgement over Cravit's film. I do not want to rain down on Cravit's film because honestly it is a good film. The camera work between Cravit and his DOP Stephen Chung is great and really captures the beauty and stillness of Northern Ontario. I really liked Todor Kobakov's ambient and droning score; it helped create the mood and reflect that nagging and buzzing thought that Gillian was not alone on that island. Nothing about this film feels amateurish. For a debut feature film it is a well made film.