Uisdean wants forgiveness. After 16 years in prison, he wants to go home to nurse his ageing father. But Uisdean also needs to rebuild his life. With the isolation of the Highland landscape both a blessing and curse, he begins the hard graft of re-inventing himself. What follows is as much a struggle with tradition and Highland identity as it is with the weight of his own past. Using cinematic techniques to deliberately blur the line between the fairy-tale of the heart and the rational judgement of society, 16 Years Till Summer is a hybrid of heart and head; magic-realism and documented tragedy.

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