Inspired by true events of 1950's Levittown, New York, “Homing In” follows Joan as she finds an unexpected visitor in her home. Directed by Parker Hill, the film is a beautifully constructed enigma about the American family and the suburbs they call home. An ordinary evening is unsettled by the arrival of Cal. “I couldn’t find a coaster,” he says quietly, holding a beer in the living room. “Okay,” Joan haltingly responds, “I started keeping them over there.” Something’s not right with him; Is Joan supposed to pretend like it is? Keeping up the appearance of a normal conversation about dinner, she anxiously tries to determine if she’s in danger, particularly as Cal starts to creep toward her and interact with her son. The open for interpretation scenario is riveting in large part to the unnerved performances by Francesca Root-Dodson and Tom Martin and wonderfully composed staging, aided by darkly rich visuals and impeccable overall design. (7 min). Written and Directed by Parker Hill. Starring Francesca Root-Dodson, Tom Martin, and Michael Simon Hall. Produced by Evan Ari Kelman, Parker Hill. Cinematography: Luca Del Puppo. Production Designer: Lisa Myers.