This haunting and magical film moves between Edinburgh and Orkney as it tells of a woman's attempts to come to terms with her mother's death through her childhood memories. Filled with flashbacks and dream sequences, it's also a film about islander's relationships with the ever-present sea. Margaret Tait's only feature-length film, from her own screenplay, was produced by the BFI in 1992 and was the first Scottish feature film directed by a woman. Now newly remastered in 2K and available on DVD and Blu-ray for the very first time. Special Features: Film Poems -... the work of filmmaker Margaret Tait (2018, 31 mins): BFI curator Peter Todd welcome academic Lucy Reynolds and writers So Mayer and Anna Coatman to talk about the work, rhythm and poetry of film poet Margaret Tait Margaret Tait Film Maker (1983, 35 mins): Art Council England film featuring the only filmed interview with Margaret Tait Other extras TBC **FIRST PRESSING ONLY** Fully illustrated booklet with new writing on the film and full film credits [show more]
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