On the last day of summer, Kay unexpectedly has to take leave of his life aboard an inland barge. In this short drama, the six-year-old bargees’ child learns what it means to say goodbye.
On the last day of summer, Kay (6) is playing with his brother on his parents’ inland barge. When the little boy is called inside to change clothes, the atmosphere changes in this short drama. A car drive to the boarding school for bargees’ children follows, where Kay senses a growing distance between himself, his brother and his parents. While the six-year old tries to get a grip on the situation, he learns that saying goodbye means you have to learn to set your own course.
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