*Online Premiere* Driving through the desert, a man and a woman negotiate the terms of their relationship. This doozy of a conversation starter directed by Pete Ohs finds itself in the middle of a cultural shift between women and men, wisely presenting itself less as a statement and more of a question. Is the woman being held captive? If so, what’s the extent of her confinement? An exploration of patriarchal power dynamics, “Nothing Bad Will Happen” raises sticky questions about gender roles and female objectification. Is it appropriate that her, at least partial, captivity is rendered with a sense of romantic togetherness, set against a series of rollicking indie rock anthems? Could this be some sort of elaborate role play or agreement? Allowing for such interpretation, it’s a wholly original movie of its times, both thematically and technically (its spectacular drone shots follow the action in ways not possible just a few years ago), and the metaphorical resonance rides on two incredibly compelling lead performances from Dasha Nekrasova and Andy Faulkner. (16 minutes). Directed by Pete Ohs.