During lockdown in Liverpool, anonymous messages about ‘missing and memory’ were left on an answer machine. These ghostly messages float above still photographs of an empty Liverpool. The film is a place where memory populates the streets of a once vibrant city, instead of its people. A poetic response to the COVID pandemic.
Carl Hunter has directed thirty broadcast documentaries for British television, and recently directed the highly successful Bill Nighy feature Sometimes Always Never (opening film, CIFF 2019).
Roz Di Caprio