Director: Craig Rosenberg
Production Company: Lakeshore Entertainment
Her son’s death sends a novelist to a remote Scottish village for recuperation but strange things start to happen to her mind and in reality, probably as she’s not in Scotland at all. SJ.
Screen captures and ‘comparison shots’ by SJ initially and then RJ came along and added a lot more
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A self-proclaimed "sea shack" at Millook, 5 miles from Bude, Cornwall.
Taken from the road just to the south. The "then" must have been a very high tide but then the surfing is much celebrated here. SJ.
Another angle and yours to rent.
And this is from a cliff path to the north off the road to Widemouth Bay. A former tea room and rent is currently £1,500 per week. SJ.
- 'Now' required
Cornwall or Wales.
Moore walks from her Cornish cottage round the corner at Porthdinllean, Wales. This is on a peninsula jutting out to the Irish Sea, west of Nefyn and Anglesey.
Bit of a scramble over rocks if the tide's high from the public car park off Lon Golff (Golf Lane) or a walk along a private road. RJ
RJ matches the houses but not the all important rocks.
A sign on the pub. An Taigh (Gaelic for house) something inn: semi-tautological?
Actually the sign's covering the Ty Coch Inn, i.e. the Red House Inn. RJ
Sea, sand and wall. RJ
Bradley with Moore reflected in the window of the inn to the porch's right.
The plants have jumped onto a different bench. RJ
Close-up of Bradley.
It's the further windows and drainpipe we're interested in. RJ
Bradley and Moore
Ty Coch Inn, Porthdinllean, Wales.
- 'Now' required
Llanddwyn Island (only at high tide), Anglesey. The jetty was specially built. The stone wall is popular for tombstoning.
Mainland beach next to Llanddwyn.
This is where Moore and Matheson ride. SJ.
The lighthouse is the key to the plot. SJ. But my original was not a great angle and the sky was less blue so the fraternal RJ version reigns supreme much to my chagrin.
Moore meets Matheson
Good match. RJ
Much plainer in real rather than half life. RJ
RJ is a poor substitute.
Isitt at Leadenhall Market, London EC3.
The same corner now, more visible, from Peter.
Isitt at Leadenhall Market, London EC3. I watched this scene being filmed on a Sunday morning.
And Peter sent in this shot of the same location now.
The chapel ruins at Llanddwyn, which itself means church of St Dwynwen
The original SJ "now" again fraternally replaced. RJ
The very spot. RJ
The very spot again.
Celtic cross has shrunk! RJ
RJ (will you please hold the camera straight!)
Not an even a digital, just as well, as that would spoil the story.
Llanbadrig: church of St Patrick, to the north of Anglesey.
A hill shot. RJ
Llanbadrig, Cemaes, Anglesey.
A crane shot so not easy to replicate. RJ
Wilson as the rector
- 'Now' required
Beach just to the south of the lighthouse on Llanddwyn.
The interior of Llanbadrig.
Just the same. RJ
Same pew and there's some photographs from the film. RJ
Moore arrives for party at pub.
Popular wall. RJ
Hole emerges from pub.
Hole greets policeman husband Cosmo and Moore.
Wrong angle, nice lamp. RJ
Moore enters the pub's interior
Looks the same. RJ
Back to Llanbadrig.
Horizon still looks wonky. RJ
Nice shot of Moore looking for graves.
Same gravestones. RJ
RJ doing same.
More gravestones. Not props at all. RJ
More camera focus trickery
And another inclined horizon. RJ
Wilson and Moore.
Regent's Park Road near the corner of St Mark's Crescent, Primrose Hill, London NW1.