Blind Corner

1938, Brighton (East Sussex)

A man grieves his dead wife, haunted by visions of the past.

Amateur filmmaker, cinema historian and railway engineer H.A.V. Bulleid presents the tragic story of a young romance torn apart by an ill-fated trip to the seaside. A man grieves the loss of his wife, urged by a friend to 'try to live off the memories of her'. But all he can recall are the events leading up to her death, shown as vivid, point-of-view flashbacks. A weekend trip to Brighton and rural Sussex is full of love and laughter, until tragedy strikes on the return journey, leaving the man alone and struggling to cope.

Featured Buildings

Brighton Pier

Keywords

Car accident; Flashback; Grief; Loss; Memory

Other Places

Cuckfield, West Sussex

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