Wexford Plaza, screening December 1 to 7. Given that this stars a rundown Scarborough strip mall, I'm surprised nobody's posted this yet. A slice-of-life offbeat comedy about Betty, a lonely female security guard working at a deteriorating strip mall. Isolated and friendless, a glimmer of hope appears when a make-up salesman shows Betty kindness, leading to an unexpected sexual encounter. Although Betty and her paramour are well meaning in their intentions, their behavior ends up causing both of their lives to unravel. There have been only a few reviews so far, but they have been good. I'll likely go see this at Carlton this weekend. Anyone know what's the best parking and best ramen restaurant around there?