Anna (Kathryn Worth) stands in a field and stares into the distance, a vague look of concern on her face.
The title Unrelated places emphasis upon the fact that Anna is a friend, bonded by neither blood nor marriage to the people with whom she inhabits this bit of time and space. There’s an intense sense of volatility in this status—the sense that one wrong move could lead to irreparable damage: ostracization. Her loose ties to these people do not include an assurance of unconditional love.