Very (very, very, very, very) loosely based on the poem Anabel Lee by Edgar Allan Poe, this film tells the tale of a struggling author and his lady fair who are parted by movie-type circumstances.
Tries to capture the spirit of Poe without all that, you know, death and stuff. Nothing offensive but not really exciting either. It clearly had absolutely no budget but that’s no excuse for being boring. However, the scenery is wonderful.
How does it end? Hover or tap below for a spoiler.He returns, they end up together. Meh.
If it were a dessert it would be: Sugar-free Bread Pudding. Old-fashioned and a bit artificial.
Availability: Released on DVD.