Scott's feature debut is a strange thriller concerning a young man hit by a car who is then taken by an old couple to their modest home on the moors. Once there the woman, played by a wonderful Rosamund Greenwood, begins caring for the young man and having him take the place of her dead son who was killed in the war. Did we mention the young man is dead? Strange and fascinating short feature.
This is the story of a deeply talented british filmmaker who made his debut with beautiful and eerie short films like "One of the Missing" and "Loving Memory", and made only two really good films ("The Hunger", "True Romance") in a career bloated with god-awful films like "Déjà Vu", "Top Gun", and "Man on Fire". Such a waste.