Sea Change

Synopsis: A teenage girl makes a startling discovery about her connection to the Seawalkers, legendary beings who are half-human, half-sea creature.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Chris Grismer
Production: Lifetime

Exhibition announcements,

art reviews..

That kinda thing.


What about you? Any hobbies?

- 'Or do you play sports?'

- Uh, no.

Hand-eye coordination

isn't really one of my skills.

You get that from me.

I can't throw a ball five feet.

My bag is kind of heavy.

Can you show me

where I'm sleeping?


'This way.'

[indistinct music]

Hey. Is your vision

getting worse?

'Cause your crazy hot girlfriend

is over there

'getting easier

by the second.'

Not sure want to be

tied down this summer.

Okay. Just let me know

when you're done with her.

'Cause I'm totally down

for sloppy seconds.


Alright! All aboard!


'Oh, cheers.'


God, I love summer.

Hey, I heard you met

Amelia's daughter on the ferry.

- I did.

- 'Okay.'

So tell me everything.

I don't know. She seemed

pretty cool, I guess.

What's her deal? Why has she

never been here before?

Okay, her mom and my mom

are like best friends.

And she said the divorce

was like, super-messy.

Apparently, she grew up

in Portland with her dad.

- Guess he died pretty suddenly.

- 'Tragic!'

Let's invite her to the club

tomorrow and get the story.

Why? So she can offend us

all with that flannel?

Shit! Hey, dad.

This your idea of discussion?

Hey! Whatever,

we're all friends here.

Don't look at me.

I didn't touch it.

Ginny, have you heard

from your parents today?

Uh, yeah, right.

They're in Paris. Why?

I got a call

from the dock master.

Your cousin went for a dive

and didn't come back.

Now did she tell you she was

prepping for an overnight?

Kit is fine,

she will show up tomorrow

with some fish skeleton and

like a three-hour explanation

on why it's a prehistoric fossil

or something.

Okay. Just uh, uh,

do me a favor.

Gimme a call when she turns up.

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