1973: Two uncles take their nephew to the seaside with a dark purpose. Independently produced and funded with a stylistic nod to Roald Dahl's "Tales of the Unexpected", "To The Sea" is an original screenplay by Mark Westbrook, directed by R. Paul Wilson with a team of emerging Scottish filmmakers and shot on location on Scotland’s spectacular west coast. Music by Reyn Ouwehand with a haunting end credit song sung by Yori Swart.
PLEASE NOTE: This film embraces Scottish culture and regional Scottish dialects. Subtitles available if required. Shot on the Varicam LT, edited on FCPX, graded on Da Vinci Resolve.