A short film, originally shot in 16mm film, was made in response to the Sea Empress oil slick disaster in 1996 along the coast of Pembrokeshire. It comprises of interview, philosophy, fiction and definition taken out of context to form a fragmented but continuous text. Translated by the narrators into their primary language of communication (Welsh, French and Italian), the text becomes a conversation of fragments that never meet, one always interrupts the other.

Initially exhibited as part of Sight & Sound curated by Carol Maund, Site Gallery and distributed Internationally as a theatrical release.

written, directed and edited by Gilly Booth
narration by Virginie Prouve, Paula Baroni, Ceri Mathews and Sebastiano Patone,
sound – Nigel Eaton