Sea Marks

The terrible beauty of a remote Irish island is the setting for a love story between a fisherman smitten by an English woman he has glimpsed only once at a wedding. Unschooled in letter-writing, he courts her by mail over the period of a year. She finds primitive poetry in the way he writes and asks him to come to Liverpool to live with her. There, she works at a publishing house that she interest in printing his "poems" in a slim volume. For a moment he becomes a celebrity on the rise. But their ways of life are in dreadful conflict and following the death of his father on their small fishing boat, he is forced to return to the only life he can live well.

"...delightful, unabashed ode to romance." - The Chicago Sun-Times

1976, Drama, 130 minutes, Color

Cast: Veronica Castang, George Hearn

Written by: Gardner McKay

Directed by: Ronald F. Maxwell

Produced by: Ronald F. Maxwell

Executive Producer: Jac Venza

A presentation of Thirteen/WNET New York, Great Performances, Theater In America 1976

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