directed by Mark Jenkin, Great Britain 2019, 88’
Shot on 16mm, Mark Jenkin's ostentatiously old-school debut explores gentrification, capitalism, class conflict, and a tourism explosion. Set in a Cornish village, the film follows its transformation from a fishing village to a seaside resort town. The economic, social and cultural degradation of fishermen breeds a frustration that results in an open warfare against arrogant, wealthy visitors. Winner of the Grand Prix as well as the Audience Award at the 19th New Horizons International Film Festival and BAFTA for an outstanding debut feature.
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