Written and directed by Danielle Krudy and Bridget Savage Cole, this film follows two sisters, rough-around-the-edges Mary Beth (Morgan Saylor) and the more grounded Priscilla (Sophie Lowe), in a small Maine fishing town. Following their mother's death, Mary Beth meets a sketchy man in a bar. After she leaves with him, she sees something in his car that spooks her. So, she kills him, but in a way that might not meet the legal definition of self-defense. Priscilla helps her dispose of the body.
All of the above
happens in the first 15 minutes (the film runs a tight 91 minutes), so it's not
really a spoiler. But after that death, it becomes clear that there's a lot
more going on in the town than meets the eye-and much of it centers around the
town's brothel. Many of the town's most prominent ladies want the madam (Margo
Martindale) to shut it down, but the madam is not playing along.