Deep in the secluded North Yorkshire Moors, Joe is learning to take the reigns from his father on the farm, but as new developments in an historic missing persons case come to light, he begins to realise his family are not who they seem.
Deep in the secluded North Yorkshire moors, Joe is tasked with helping his father birth the spring lambs, whilst caring for his wheelchair bound mother. But as new developments in an historic missing persons case come to light, suddenly not everything is as it seems, and Joe begins to question the family around him.
An isolated place. A gray life. News about a missing person. And questions about himself of a young man. The beauty, bitter and cold of this short film is result of great cinematography and impecable performances. A film about past and about the illusion of a different way. And the only truth who could be reasonable. After the final credits, not the story itself is significant but the manner to discover it in the details. Because all is clear and strange and , at the first sigh, out of soul. But it is the splendid architecture the motif for see, again, a short film who explores, in fine manner, the question about roots, identity , giving a powerful definition for family.
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