Martha is devastated when her partner Ash is killed in an accident the day they planned to move in together. At Ash's funeral, Martha's friend tells her of a new service which enables people to communicate with their (deceased) loved one. Martha is appalled, and decides to stay in the cottage despite her sister's view she is isolating herself. One day Martha gets a message from Ash, and she realises Sarah has signed her up for the service. Initially, Martha's displeased but, on finding she's pregnant, relents and soon begins communicating now and more with 'Ash'. With her comfort-level growing talking with the synthetic Ash, it isn't long before 'he' tells Martha about a 'next level' of communicating - one which will bring them truly closer.
don @ minifie-1 (updated by U.N. Owen)
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When Martha attempts to answer the phone to speak with "Ash" for the first time, she touches the button to disconnect the call. This action is confirmed by a red response bar with a hung-up-phone icon, however, she then proceeds to speak with "Ash". See more
He would have worked out what was going on. This wouldn't have ever, ever happened, but if it had, he would have worked it out
Sorry, hang on, that's a very difficult sentence to process
How Deep is Your Love
Written by Barry Gibb
, Robin Gibb
and Maurice Gibb
Performed by The Bee Gees
Also performed by Domhnall Gleeson See more