Hi Matt and welcome.
Nice idea for a video and reasonably well executed. Nothing to be ashamed of there. Clearly not a beginners video, more of an improvers, so here are some pointers that couild make it even better.
Firstly, the sound, whilst not bad, could have been recorderd more cleanly. This is particularly important when such a large part of teh film is language. When the girl first spoke, I actually rewound as it wasn't clear (to me) whether she was speaking a different language or I just hadn't heard her properly. A shotgun mic, just out of camera, would have worked well here.
Generally the composition was good. I particularly liked the opening shot where you very naturally turned it from a one-shot to an over the shoulder and followed that with the reverse angle over the shoulder. The one exception to the good composition was the final solo shot of the guy speaking English - there's no lead space, it looks like he's moving out of shot, away from us. I suspect you're familiar with the rule of thirds, but you didn't apply it here!
On the other hand I did not like the hand held look. There's really no need in this environment where you'd clearly have an opportunity to set up a tripod (or other stabilizer). The only justifications for hand held in my opinion are (a) to add action to an action sequence and (b) to make it look ike it was shot hand held. Neither of which are relevant here.
The other distraction - partly caused by not usng a tripod, no doubt - was that the shots were unintenionally tilted check out the verticals on the opening shots.
Finally, the colour was a bit bland. Some livening up in post would help.
But on te whole a film you can be proud of. Well done. Please post more.