I had heard of Lynne Shelton but had never watched any of her films. Sadly, she died unexpectedly of a rare blood disease two weeks ago. Fresh Air replayed an interview with Shelton that I encourage you to listen to. She sounds so likable and down-to-earth that I had to see if those qualities are reflected in her films. And they are. In the interview she discusses her use of improvisation for dialogue, especially in “Your Sister’s Sister”. If you have been to the San Juan Islands it will remind you of the beauty of Puget Sound. Or if you, like me, keep putting it on your list but never seem to get there, it will be a “as soon as the pandemic is over” destination. Good acting, amusing, improvised dialogue, nice people. It is a slight film, cast with somewhat familiar white millennials (it’s not silly like “Friends, but you get the picture) Regardless, it works as a very satisfying evening’s diversion.