Harry(John Hannah) has a birthmark on his face. Rejected by London's Gay scene he heads for an isolated life on a remote beach, only to bump into crusty Flint (Bernard Hill), a man also on the run.
A fairy tale, involving, mice, light-bulbs, crabs, starfish, scaffolding and Mozart's Queen of the Night.
'In the end, Newby's visual caprice, his tart dialogue, and two central performances prove unstoppably charming. It may take a few moments to adjust to the film's highly personal landscape, but once you get there, prepare to be charmed.'
Trevor Johnston Time Out