(Canada; 92 min.) This disquieting film set in small-town Ontario is sadly plausible only because it is based on “actual events.” A husband and wife (Mick Rossi and Natasha Gregson Wagner) are running a fledgling B&B with a struggling writer for a tenant (Sean Power) while a serial killer is loose. Ominous close-ups of a vacuum cleaner and a boiling kettle hint at domestic disturbances within. The cinematography’s wan, blue Canadian light does little to illuminate the warped past of these characters, nor show much promise for their futures. Fine, terse, ensemble acting humanizes the inexplicable. Patrick Bergen is stoical as a dogged detective. The film seems to embody Kafka’s dictum “There is hope, but not for us.” (DH)

March 3 at 7:15pm, Camera 12; Sun., March 6 at 1:15pm, Camera 12; Mon., March 7 at 2pm, Camera 12