In this dreary debut feature by writer-director John Huddles, a group of eight friends gather at the waterfront country house of Ry and his emotionally disturbed wife Ellie (Jim True and Jennifer Connelly) for what's meant to be a weekend of relaxation, good food and friendly
conversation. But no matter what they do, the conversation keeps circling back to an enormous yacht anchored directly offshore, rumored to belong to movie producer David Speckman. Speckman's presence has a particularly bad effect on the insufferably rude Frick (Edward Atterton), a failed filmmaker
and Ellie's first husband. He proceeds to make the weekend pure, unadulterated hell for all conce...