Claudia has been brought up in isolation by her mother in a remote rural home miles away from the nearest town. Emotionally unequipped to cope with her mother’s suicide, Claudia hides in her ramshackle old house, her beloved dog her only company until the spirited Grace breezes into her life. The two women very quickly form a close bond, teaching each other the joy that can be found in life and falling in love along the way. But their idyllic summer can’t last forever and as the adult world closes in on them is Grace’s love strong enough to keep Claudia afloat? A remarkable debut from Katie Found, this is queer filmmaking at its best.

Emma Smart, Programmer

Language English

Accessibility Available with closed captions and audio description

Running time 80 minutes

Please note, this film contains themes of suicide.

Production company Noise & Light

How to watch

  • On BFI Player in the UK with a ticket or festival pass
  • Watch at any time during the festival
  • 4 hours to finish once you start watching

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