Siblings Jen (Jo Mei) and Kyle (Andrew Pang) haven’t been the best of friends, but now they’re forced into uncomfortable close proximity during a weekend retreat from New York City to rural Pennsylvania to pack up their mother’s house after her recent death. There’s a lovely effortlessness with which director J.P. Chan — Mei cowrote the film with him — eases us into the siblings’ awkward relationship and the poignance of their task: there’s nothing forced or sentimental here, and more than a modicum of grief-induced humor as they make a discovery among her belongings about their mom (Jodi Long in brief flashbacks) that surprises them, though it probably shouldn’t. As laid-back indies go, this one may be a tad too laid-back: its meandering is a bit trying; this may have worked better as a short. (Chan’s previous films have all been shorts — this is his feature debut.) Still, its bald but never cloying sincerity and smart, crisp performances — Mei is a treat, and I want to see more of her — make it worth your time.