Dir: Frederick Wilson
Starring: Gordon Jackson and Rona Anderson
A young farmer gets a job at the Clyde shipyards and quickly shows he has an unexpected flair for design
This romantic drama unsurprisingly features many shots of the shipyards on the Clyde with some industrial steam saddle tanks thrown into the mix. The film was one of four David Rawnsley films that used his ‘independent frame’ technique, a form of back-projection. What is much nicer, perhaps, is the brilliant shots of Glasgow trams that feature as part of the story.