Clarrisse (Ashley Shea) and her niece Denise (Naira Zakaryan) have
never been at the best of terms, and now that Denise stops by for a
"visit", Clarrisse fears only the worst, thinking Denise is
after the family fortune. But Clarrisse's toyboy Henry (Adam LaFramboise)
pressures her to let Denise in - but once she's in the atmosphere soon sinks to a low, not only
because the deep dislike between the women but also because Henry seems to be
romantically involved with Denise as well. But while the two woman are still
exchanging blows, Henry comes up with a proposition neither can refuse ...
on first look, The Impeccable might seem a bit dialogue heavy - but
then the dialogue is really well-written and poignant, and it makes the
animosity between the two women much more palpable than any physical
action - which is of course also thanks to the strong cast. Plus, an
engaged directorial effort and interesting camerawork make the most of the
limited sets to turn this into a very vivid and very entertaining short.