I was quite taken back by Your Sisters Sister. An independent film with a wide appeal it tells a simple story of grief. Unable to overcome the loss of his brother, Jack takes his best friends (Iris) advice and travels to a secluded lake house to be alone amongst nature. He arrives to find that his best friend's sister is already there, also escaping heartbreak. The two spend a drunken night together before Iris arrives the next morning with a surprise visit. The film is mostly dialogue (good dialogue) and 3 amazing performances. Mark Duplass and Emily Blunt are fantastic and deliver rock solid performances but it's Rosemarie DeWitt who shines the brightest. She's wonderful. If you love good drama without glamor or pretentiousness then you ought to watch this film. It unfolds like a play and could easily be adapted for the stage... i'd pay to see that. Very good!