During the first Gulf War, the filmmaker travel from Provence toGreece in the footsteps of ancient civilizations with the poems of Yannis Ristos and quotes of Homer, Claudel, Euripides, Ponge,all mixed in a book of philosophical and poetic notes.
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The cinema's assembly of a text about a world viewed through "poesis", notes and appointments, as with Rilke or Ponge, for example. By images and sounds, it's drawn a literary essay and the force of its immanence and recitation becomes a typewriter in a cinematic format - the text of the image, the image-text. The superior beauty of cinema as essay, a poetic word-image.