Wednesday May 27, 2020

Trawler chiller catches a wave of fear

Neasa Hardiman’s monster movie Sea Fever skilfully depicts the dread of the unknown while being eerily relevant to our times

19th April, 2020
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Connie Nielsen, Dougray Scott, Ardalan Esmaili and Hermione Corfield in Sea Fever

Sea Fever

Directed by Neasa Hardiman

Streaming, no cert

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