Believe me, I'm the first person to get impatient while watching an experimental film, and this movie right here should've technically brought me to my limits.
A young call-center employee uses her work-skills to scam elderly strangers on the phone. By acting like she's their granddaughter, she gets them to transfer her their life savings, and after the transaction, she vanishes.
You'll immediately notice that this material, while it sounds at least somewhat interesting, probably wouldn't be sufficient for a feature length film. The filmmakers knew that too, which is why they incorporated scenes about strangers that are seemingly unconnected to the main plotline, going on with their normal day to day life.
This is also the main critique that…