A subjective voyage through the civilisation, the spaces and the light of the Mediterranean, accompanied by a text by Philippe Sollers and Antoine Duhamel’s music.
After Méditeranée, Pollet returns to Bassae, a Greek archeological site located in the heart of the Peloponnesian peninsula.
A cinematographic poem in the form of variations around the theme of Robinson, a utopian fable freely inspired by Daniel Defoe’s novel, which speaks above all of solitude: the immense weakness of today’s man in the face of loneliness is no longer that of the hero of the eighteenth century.
Raimondakis speaks in the name of the lepers. He has spent 36 years of his life on the Greek island of Spinalonga, where a leper colony was based from 1904 to 1957.
In 1989, Jean-Daniel Pollet was paralyzed after a train accident. From his home in Provence, he revisits the images, already tinged with the melancholy of memory, of his last trip to Greece, at the time of the Gulf War.