TIME AND TIDE deals with love and commitment, as well as personal responsibility within the currents of international events.

Set in France during the latter part of The Second World War, TIME AND TIDE presents an intimate portrait of two people, a man and a woman, whose passions, personal choices, and individual actions are enclosed within a context of global chaos well beyond their control.

Within the fragile, exposed, and highly vulnerable security of a small one room apartment, the “separate peace” that they share remains balanced against the larger conflict which continues to rage outside. Personal and social duties are weighed in the same scale with guilt and innocence, loyality and devotion, virtue and goodness.

During a period of renewing ethnic nationalism, isolationism, and economically driven intolerance, TIME AND TIDE addresses the ethics of affiliation through the dual experiences of joy and pathos, as well as hope and uncertain expectation.