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
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.
visually interesting, but what little plot or story there was didn't really stand out. most of the dialog is spoken almost at a whisper and in a monotone, so i found it hard to follow.
i couldn't. Ever again.
It was boring, nothing really happened, it was trying to be a family drama but there was no drama. Just meh.