The Pacific Ocean contains the story of all of humanity. Inside are the voices of the Earth and also the voices that come from space. Water receives the impulse from the planets and transmits it to all creatures. Chile, with its 4,000-kilometer-long coastline, proposes a disquieting terrestrial and human landscape. Here there are thousands of fjords and ice waterfalls.
Here are the voices of the Patagonian indigenous people, of the first English sailors and also of Pinochet’s dictatorship’s political prisoners. Some say that the water has a memory. This movie proves that it also has a voice.