We Always Find Ourselves in the Sea
Directed by Sean Hogan
A lonely man living in a desolate seaside town receives an unexpected visitor from his past. But exactly what happened between them years ago? And is the visitor who she appears to be? Director Sean Hogan's homage to the Christmas ghost story tradition is a subtly atmospheric tribute to classics like WHISTLE AND I'LL COME TO YOU and THE WOMAN IN BLACK.
A lonely man living in a desolate seaside town receives an unexpected visitor from his past.
Cast: Billy Clarke, Jamie Birkett
A+ will watch again
Promising but undercooked. Like a lot of other reviews say, it feels like a student film. But some good, spooky visuals. The story isn't bad as much as it's just missing a bunch of crucial pieces.
i grew up in a small ocean town that looked similar to this, so maybe that's why i didn't hate it as much as a lot of these reviews seem to. very atmospheric, beautiful shots. i agree that it feels like a student film but i don't think that's a bad thing
It really felt like a polished school film that asks, how many tropes can I pack twenty minutes. With that said it wasn't the absolutely worst thing I've watched, and I'm a sucker for the pretty ocean shots. Overall not bad.
I didn't like it at all, was no plot to the story. Will not watch again.