Synopsis by Michael Betzold
An unusual British horror film that is almost entirely free of dialogue, this film is a modern update of silent cinema, with only a few dozen words spoken. Writer-director Richard Horian also appears in the film, which is set in the 19th century and centers around an annual haunting by Sarah McConaghy (Deni Delory). Sarah returns every year on the anniversary of her death, visiting her husband Jack (Horian) and her parents (Lynn Britt and Brian Heath). Neighbors in the small town are unsettled by the ghost's annual return, and they try to lay her soul to rest by praying around her grave site. The film's soundtrack is composed of music by Ralph Vaughan Williams.
anniversary, ghost, grave, haunted, music, silence, townspeople, wanderer