Still at Large
Still at Large weaves a real and fictional past of a dreamlike encounter with Roman Polanski’s Lindisfarne-set Cul-de-Sac. Narrator Nicholas Still is confronted by the apocalyptic reveries of a distant voice, unable to discern where this omnipresent being is emanating from.
Is it the voice in his own head, or is it emanating from the Holy Island landscape, or the sea? Or is it the narrative itself ultimately condemning us to the brutal sadism of storytelling?