In this speechless ten-minute film, director Bernard Lier gives an impression of the peaceful life by the sea. In successive fixed frames, he shows a man, a woman and a child. The man lies among the sand dunes and listens to the sea breeze. The same breeze plays with the hair of the child, who is looking for shells. A little later, the three of them drive to a little house, where a woman has arrived. The man plays with some dice while she feeds the cat. The camera registers it all from a stationary position.
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