is a vignette about an unnamed teenaged girl (none of the characters has a name) whose mother has multiple sclerosis. The daughter (Emma Galvin in the film's strongest performance) pities her mother (Toni Meyerhoff), taking care of her more out of duty than out of love. The girl, irrationally worried about catching MS through contact, scrubs herself after each encounter with her mother and has apparently visited a gynecologist several times to make sure she's actually not sick. She escapes to her boyfriend (Peter Corrie), who's far less interested in her hypochondria than he is in getting laid.