High Tide is the debut feature film from Long Arm Films. It tells the story of Bethan (Melanie Walters) who has one day to mend the broken relationship with her teenage son Josh (Samuel ...
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High Tide is the debut feature film from Long Arm Films. It tells the story of Bethan (Melanie Walters) who has one day to mend the broken relationship with her teenage son Josh (Samuel Davies). After taking him out of school Bethan drives him the short distance to the stunning Gower coastline in South Wales where the pair can talk openly to each other, free from distraction, for perhaps the first time ever. After some troubling revelations that will change both their lives forever, the pair find themselves at a party hosted by Tess (Claire Cage) at which they witness a reality very different from their own. High Tide is a is a moving, powerful and tender portrait of a vital twenty-four hours in two people's lives. It is a story of love, forgiveness and change.
Produced, written and directed by first-timers James Gillingham and Jimmy Hay. See more »
Soon after Josh has changed the front nearside tyre on his mother's car for a Spacesaver an exterior view of the car going along shows a full size tyre in its place. See more »
A Day Out
The story of the film mostly revolve around a single day where a loving mother spends a day out with her teenage son.
The story of the film is quite simple but the representation of that story was quite intriguing. The script helped the viewer to wonder what new will happen in a such a linear stroyline. Within the simple story there were some strong points, powerful message and few twists. Although the performance of the supporting characters were mediocre, but altogether it was a enjoyable film.
Overall an average film.
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