I liked it.
That's not to say that it isn't without some problems, but lets do positive things first.
I can see that you had a vision of what you wanted and you were able to get reasonably good performances out of your actors. I've seen much worse acting from student films. I assume this is a student film.
I like that you didn't attempt to innovate with the camera. Too often people think if they adopt some gimmick it will make their film better. And it's a fallacy. Well framed shots with relevant steadiness served you well.
To me, it is not apparent with one viewing what your purpose is and what this means. This is a positive, in my opinion. I find that the best films are those which beg to be examined. Even if the examination yields no result, it still inspired study and is a positive.
There is one big negative in my mind. And that is that the sound was inconsistent and generally shoddy. This is probably a limitation of the equipment you had easy access to and not a problem with your sound guy.