The Englishman (UK)
Henry is not from England and he has trouble getting close. He watches and listens – like to the tap of the café woman’s shoes as he follows her. His world is forced open with the arrival of, Andrew, a whippet like boy of an apprentice and, Svetla, arriving with her long fingernails on his doorstep and needing a roof over her head. Henry lets both in but for Henry closer is more difficult. The family intimacy propels Andrew into attacking the very thing that could save him. Henry’s world collapses and, again in his private world, he follows the footsteps, now closer.