A 19th Century photographer travels to the North of Scotland to document the fishing industry, where he falls in love with one of the Gaelic-speaking fish gutting girls.
Did You Know?
The production needed a usable but "ancient" harbor, which proved very difficult to find. Scouring the British coastline the designer and production manager thought they had found the perfect location in King's Lynn in Norfolk - only to discover that its wonderful period look was strictly temporary - it had been constructed solely for the filming of Hugh Hudson
's ill-fated epic Revolution
(1985). It looked perfect because it was a film set. See more