WHITE WATER 1
If the sea is the cradle of humanity, it is also its future. Adapting to this living and unstable continent, which does not meet the same laws of physics as dry land, has since the beginning of time been the concern of all marine peoples. Day after day, storm after storm, navigators healed their wounds and those of their ships, in order to delay the inevitable victory of time. The proud hero who was bulging his chest, will inevitably drop to one knee and have to withdraw from the fight.
It is the beauty of this struggle that WHITE WATER recounts. The energy, the ingenuity, the intelligence put to work in the shadow of the construction sites, to build and re-establish these sea fighters, not only can be seen, but also heard.
The journey begins in the Dry Docks of Syros, Pireas, Chalkidas.Between dreams and realities the parallel stories of three artists give new impetus to what is the Greek tradition of shipowners