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Neither the Sea nor the Sand

R 1974 1h 50m Drama Romance Fantasy List
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A troubled wife (Susan Hampshire) falls in love with a lighthouse keeper (Michael Petrovitch) when she goes to the Isle of Jersey to sort things out. Read More Read Less

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Eddie Harrison film-authority.com ...a strange little film, with not enough flesh on the bones in terms of story, and yet there’s a lyrical, haunting feel that’s hard to forget.... Rated: 3/5 Jan 23, 2024 Full Review Read all reviews

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Audience Member This movie must be England's answer to the Grindhouse Era / 42nd Street Movies of the 70 ties. This movie is listed as a Fantasy / Horror / Romance! Can you have all 3 and get away with it. NAWWWWWWWW. Anyway the ever beautiful Susan Hampshire who like a wine, was more beautiful as she grew older. (See Her in The Grand Series). Anyway she goes to the Isle of Jersey to get away and get her head together, where she meets Hugh (Not George as in other write ups a Mistake). Hugh is a strange quite guy who she falls in love with, and they go running along the sea shore where he gets killed, he is dead, but comes back to life, (Zombie type dude). He doesn't talk, but Susan doesn't care, just right for her and most women. Anyway Hugo Kills his brother, and then attempts to kill Susan, not sure if he was sucking the life out of her or if he was just sucking her tongue, but Susan about Pukes or dies and runs away crying you are dead, what was the first clue? The bad Breath. Anyway in the end Hugh and Susan go for a swim and never return. 2 stars Sorry Susan. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/23/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis A troubled wife (Susan Hampshire) falls in love with a lighthouse keeper (Michael Petrovitch) when she goes to the Isle of Jersey to sort things out.
Director
Fred Burnley
Screenwriter
Gordon Honeycombe
Rating
R
Genre
Drama, Romance, Fantasy
Original Language
English
Release Date (DVD)
Oct 31, 2014
Runtime
1h 50m