After ransacking an ancient island monastery, two siblings, now trapped in their sinking campervan, are torn apart by history, hallucination, and a sacred stone.
High Tide is a question about our past and how it shapes us; our past selves, past lives, past cultures. Do we owe penance to the past? Are we forever doomed to pay the toll for our ancestor's foolishness, to drown in nightmare on Dante's causeway?... or can we break free from these invisible bonds? A wild psychedelic journey that has its bones in Giallo and the madness of British folk horror (particularly Ken Russell's Lair of the White Worm and John Mackenzie's Red Shift).