Alienation, resentment and anger behind the picture postcard idyll of a Cornish fishing village. Two brothers, cove fishermen, are at war with each other over how to make a living from the small family fishing boat.
A girl roams through the city looking for a place to sleep, but between yoga studios, art galleries and the beds of strangers there is no space for her. A post-modern comedy in pink and blue.
After a torrid act of vengeance on the home of her ex-lover, 66-year old Nona flees to her summer house in a Chilean coastal town. There she potters about in apparent satisfaction, until a series of forest fires drives many of her neighbors from their homes.
The film is a meditative and subtle comment on the absurdity of the economic rationale that underlies our globalised world. By means of thirteen 360-degree shots, the filmmaker clears a paradoxical pathway into the logic of globalised trade routes.
"I feel helpless, I suffocate with contained rage. I am lost and I watch four to five films a day. I decide to record this stagnation, not by picking up a camera but by editing shots from the stream of films I watch."