This film falls into the sweet spot for most indie films - a serious story of a woman who has lost her zeal for living a full life after an accident forcefully and abruptly stopped her from what gave her life meaning, which is dancing professionally. Technically the film looks great, but it stumbles a bit in it's script. At just over an hour in length it's a quick watch, but the film would have benefitted from additional scenes showing her joy as a performer, as well as what happened when it all ended. As the film stands now, there is a lot of talking and pensive moments, and not nearly enough showing of formative events, which is what movies need to create motivation, and to keep a viewer's interest piqued. A scan of the credits reveals that the lead actress, Galia Barkol also wrote and directed, which is admirable. Plus, she is a good actress, and her performance was well done. Ms. Barkol's co-stars are equally well-drawn. Production values are likewise good. It's just that I wish the script gave Ms. Barkol more to do.