My Sailor, My Love

A retired sea captain’s strained relationship with his adultdaughter is further tested when he embarks on a newromance with a widowed housekeeper.

Concerned for the welfare of her irascible father (James Cosmo), a retired sea captain, harried nurse Grace (Catherine Walker) hires localwidow Annie (Brid Brennan) as his housekeeper. When the pair embark on an unexpected romance, Grace is forced to face the feelings of resentment and hostility she’s harbored since childhood. As old wounds and closely guarded secrets come to light, the future of Howard and Annie’s budding relationship is threatened. Can the love between them flourish amid Grace’s accusations of betrayal?

Klaus Härö is one of the most successful Finnish filmmakers. One of his latest films “The Fencer” (2015) was nominated for a Golden Globe and shortlisted for an Oscar. His first feature film “Elina” won the Crystal Bear in Berlin 2003 and Ingmar Bergman prize in Sweden 2004. His other films include “Mother of Mine” (2005) and “Letters to Father Jacob” (2009). He has directed six feature films. Four of them have been Finnish national entries for Oscars.