Passing Visit | Trailer
A dreamy, instinctual piece in which a man recalls a strange week he had visiting an offcut of his family in Norfolk. Following the accentuation of misremembering, the narrator is unsure of whether small objects, mutterings or occurrences caused him to over-elaborate certain characteristics of the family. They appear as ornate caricatures amongst the memories of the man, unsure of why he is even recalling his visit. The film explores memorialised but skewed sound and vision, all reflecting the fragility of ones recollection. The heritage of Norfolk past and present is retrievable amongst the bleary visions, and subsequently the nature of family itself.