Why is he paid to watch this lady (played by Stephanie King) and who is he working for? At the point when a man in the city mutters something about her being “a penance” it feels like the film is going to get Wicker Man-style bizarre. Rather, Sims-Dennett floats towards things-that-go-knock in-the-night style slants, to a great extent swapping out plot-based riddles for spooks a vital part with startling sound impacts and gnarly pictures.
Think body loathsomeness and shock revelations made amid his reconnaissance, for example, an inauspicious looking outline caught in a photo and a spooky voice found on a sound record. Opening pictures of a shoreline and beach front rocks are plainly, somehow, essential to the puzzle of what precisely is going on and why.