After the tragic accidental death of her son (for which she blames herself), and the indifference of her partner, a woman heads off to a remote Scottish coatal village to have some time lalone and to work on a novel. Initially disturbed by visions of a now-vengeful child, she eventually falls in love with the local lighthouse keeper and her ife appears to head back on track again.
However the newcomer's stories of romantic trips to the lighthouse do not sit well with the local mainlanders, and it is not long before she has more terrible experiences and begins to fear for both her sanity, and ultimately, her life.
Beautifully filmed and in the main well-acted, this is an enjoyable film that mixes the genre of traditional Scottish ghost story with a more modern style of fayre such as "The Sixth Sense". Despite the unusual casing in Demi Moore, she seemed to suit this more mature and les glam role of a divorced mum in a coastal village in her heavy Argyll sweater!
The wrangling plot became a little confusing towards the end, particularly the attidute of her best friend which contributed to my lack of understanding of it; and there were shades of the unbelievable and more confusion in her stunt finale. But nevertheless, I thought this a nice creepy little film which I'm going to be watching again.