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Nine miles of road and an infinite sea 

A film by Hope Strickland and Eza Doortmont 
May 2018 
Duration: 16:21


Sometimes, looking out at the color of the water, you  can  forget where you are. Situated in  the Atlantic, off the most southerly point of Cornwall,  the Isles of Scilly are surrounded by nothing but  sea. The archipelago is cut off: the tip of the mainland out of sight, far away. On the Isles, it feels as though time moves differently. life here  is influenced by its specific surroundings: the constantly changing weather,  the  sea and its tides. The rhythm of life is slower, the sense of community greater. This film is an exploration of the people who live on  thesis  Isles of Scilly. When you only have nine miles of road but a  apparently  infinite amount of sea, what  does it mean to live in a salt-soaked space?



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