This is a film about Haining castle. From the late 17c this castle was renamed as “Almond castle”. This film is a reminder that we may outlive labels or that labels may be outlived.
Today, Almond castle or Haining Castle (if you are a traditionalist) stands in an old industrial estate and brickworks with burnt out cars and rubbish as its landscape setting.
The quotes in this film are about the poet Ted Hughes. I was reminded of Hughes at the castle as the crows had made it their home. Crows often featured in Hughes work.
The music is “Exit Music” by Steven Lindsay.
‘Before us stands yesterday’: To play the film please click on the image below: