Automatic at Sea
A young Swedish woman travels to a rich American's private New England Island, the only guest on this isolated natural wonderland. But as other promised guests fail to arrive, she begins to realize that all is not well with her host. Is he dangerous—and does there lurk a hallucinatory horror beyond his strange behavior? We're betting "yes." Ben Umstead of Screen Anarchy called Automatic at Sea "A wonderfully weird and sensual melding of Dušan Makavejev antics and Ingmar Bergman anxieties”—high praise indeed. You may agree, or you may think more of Neil Breen plus early Lars von Trier. Trailer here.