S4C | 1 x 37minutes
Based on Jerry Hunter’s novel, Gwreiddyn Chwerw, this film explores the consequences of a pivotal event in the lives of a married couple.
This film explores the consequences of a pivotal event in the lives of a married couple living in rural Eryri at the turn of the twentieth century. When a long awaited son is born to Mari (Rhian Blythe) and Tomos (Dyfan Dwyfor) their future seems certain, but in a blink of an eye everything is shattered when Tomos utters the unspeakable. A raw and fully charged monologue, directed by Siôn Humphreys and brimming with deep-rooted tensions and complex emotions such as guilt, shame, jealousy and repentance.