2009, 9 minutes
A film about the affect that residual energies connected to people and places have on our identities and desires.
Rebel Wessex is a film about the invisible places of perception – things that are not seen or heard, only sensed through the strange force they leave inside our consciousness. Do we become who we become because of the way that the histories associated with certain landscapes and the social structures related to those histories impact on how we do and can construct our sense of self, or is human existence more than a brain inside a body that moves through time and space? What sort of energies exist beyond logic, beyond rationalization, beyond the material world as we know it? Is there an 'other' world, another place, another country that we can't see?