Awkward. That's how I'd describe the exchange in this scene from "The Myth of the American Sleepover," the feature directorial debut from David Robert Mitchell. The craft in the scene is fine; it's the exchange between the two characters. That guy is being toyed with and he knows it. He seems to even enjoy it.
The story follows four suburban teenagers on their last night of summer, before the new school year begins. In the clip below, Rob (Marlon Morton) spies on Julie (Amy Seimetz) while she bathes; when she realizes he's there, instead of screaming about it she invites him in and decides to torture him a little bit. The film is having its world premiere at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival in the International Critics' Week section, the first American feature to receive that honor in five years.