Romane Bladou catches the vertigo of departing beings and the beauty of inner storms.
There are Camille’s swims, temporarily stranded on the Bonavista Peninsula in Newfoundland. The colors that dance under her eyelids soothe her thirst for renewal only for a moment. In Scotland, a bright boy named William has the prettiest mother on the Isle of Mull. He ties his games to the rhythm of the tides and drills holes in his mother’s boots to make her smile again. A researcher in marine biology, Lou has abandoned his Breton lover to join Iceland. The rare light offers him a coat that is conducive to mourning and the evasions of the heart. And finally Celia, in Brittany, at the dawn of her love life and already nostalgic. The teenager is attentive to the subtle vibrations of the outside and the taste of salt on her lips.
From one end to the other of this journey in North Atlantic, these pieces of existence answer each other, refract and diffuse their clarity, under the scrutinizing eye of migrating fish.