*Online Premiere* Lines get blurred after Lisa's co-worker offers to drive her home. “A Hand,” directed by Prashanth Kamalakanthan, is a scruffy comedy starring Onur Tukel and Ariel Kavoussi, as two people operating on different planets — him, on the pick-up offensive; her, playing keep-your-distance defense. On the ride home, he blares DJ Khaled and brags about his ability to read people while she squirms in the passenger side, forced to endure his repeated rejected phone calls from a number listed “Beautiful.” The film offers a pretty drastic change of pace from Kamalakanthan’s previous short, “Houseplants,” an elliptical tone poem about a failing relationship that moves in hazy flashes. “A Hand” is an interesting veer off, anchored down by the sharp-edged Tukel, charismatic or objectionable depending on your taste for uncalled-for bravado, and the perfectly uncomfortable Kavoussi. [Watch on YouTube]. (6 minutes). Writer, Director, Editor: Prashanth Kamalakanthan. D.P.: Anna Alekhina. Cast: Ariel Kavoussi, Onur Tukel, Prashanth Kamalakanthan, Artemis Shaw (voice). Producers: Artemis Shaw & Ariel Kavoussi.