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
They really went in with the angles here. Nice filming. Story is average, although I didn't really get what happened.
The expressive nature of the progtag's eyes, face, brows are haunting enough without the ghost. Like a horror poem to watch. Lovely.
horror art short film
A pretty solid, slightly enigmatic little ghost story with many of the classic hallmark themes of memory, regret, isolation, etc. Nice, quiet and eerie.