After the death of his wife Anna (Sinead Cusack) Max Morden (Ciaran Hinds) retreats to The Cedars a house by the sea where he spent his childhood summers. Reacquainting himself with places past provokes a cathartic reflection as the present draws out powerful memories from one fateful summer many years ago - memories of innocent joy uplifting warmth but also of profound tragedy. Only an unforeseen revelation will provide a path to redemption and closure.
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Stephen Brown directs this drama starring Ciarán Hinds as a man mourning the death of his wife. Art historian Max Morden (Hinds) returns to the seaside town where he used to spend summers as a youth in a bid to come to terms with the loss of Anna (Sinéad Cusack). Lodging at the boarding house of Miss Vavasour (Charlotte Rampling), which also plays host to Blunden (Karl Johnson), Max reflects on the 1950 summers he spent in the town and significant events in his past, especially moments involving Anna. Where will his reflections carry him?