Our feature film Harbour is deep in post-production and whilst it goes through it's edit phase we thought we'd mention one of the sub textual themes that runs through it, sexuality.
Throughout cinema history sex has been used to not only express love and intimacy but also it's polar opposite, hate and fear.
Our main protagonists in Harbour, Jason and Nicky arrive at a village, well off the beaten track to complete a sale on a pub, The Harbour Inn. This is no normal sale, it's fraud on their part and to them it's a quick, easy solution to gaining money.
However, the locals are not what they seem as it is them who have drawn the naive couple to the village.
The main four villagers, Charles, Maddy, Vince and Emily are weird, forward and very sexual. This unnerves Nicky, a virgin who unbeknownst to her has bound herself to something far darker than just the fraudulent sale of a pub.
In a heated argument, Nicky tells Jason she want's to settle down, have a baby. Perhaps she'll get at least one of her desires, maybe both, but like all true dark tales it might not be the 'dream' she imagines.
In fact, it might be something far, far worse...