Stop Right Now and Watch Andrew Scott in Sea Wall
You know him as Moriarty in Sherlock. You definitely know him as Fleabag’s Hot Priest. And you love him. You really love him. You should probably mitigate that love a little bit. If that’s how you feel, don’t click on the link below.
But if you’re ok being totally and completely devastated by an actor’s craft and his perfect voice, it’s time to watch Andrew Scott in his short film, Sea Wall by Simon Stephens.
About Sea Wall:
Olivier and Tony award winning playwright Simon Stephens wrote the script as a stage play specifically for Andrew. The devastating and beautiful film version now has admirers and loyal followers in 40 countries. Since the film was made Simon’s acclaimed adaptation of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time has become a worldwide smash hit and Andrew’s Hamlet has had an incredible response from critics and audiences. Two artists at the very top of their game make watching Sea Wall a unique and moving experience.
Sea Wall is Streaming Now
This incredible short film is free for just one week on YouTube. It’s only about 34 minutes, so in that time you can watch it about 750 times, which is almost enough to sate your need for Andrew’s absolute brilliance.
Watch Sea Wall RIGHT NOW
I can’t stop. Don’t want to stop.
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