A man & a women move into an apartment building the same day. They've both moved to the city (say Portland) for new jobs & they start to hang out. Both of them have some kind of personal hang ups about relationships that keep them from proposing that they move their friendship to a relationship level, though it is clear to the audience that they are falling in love. The film would be highly realist, not a lot of close ups or romantic cliches, but more of a document of thier budding but troubled relationship. The woman's best friend comes to visit about 60 minutes into the film & the three of them are in a park. The friend & the man are alone & the friend levels with the guy, telling him that it's obvious that they care for each other but he needs to make his move. This bolsters the man's resolve but at that exact moment a triangle of red lights appears on the friend's forehead. The man looks quizzical & then the friend's head is blown off. The man turns to see a just-visible Predator on the other side of the park. The remaining thirty minutes of the film is the man & the woman running from the Predator.