In the early 20th century, photographer Pedro (played by the outstanding Chilean actor Alfredo Castro) arrives in Tierra del Fuego to capture the marriage of an influential landowner. But the wedding keeps getting postponed, so Pedro, fascinated by the beauty of the bride-to-be, breaks the rules and finds himself face to face with the land, which is inextricably tied to violence and the genocide of indigenous peoples. The starting point for Théo Court's second feature were the photos of massacres of the native Selk’nam people. The director, who is also a photographer by training, styled his hypnotic anticolonial message to resemble the photo art of the early 20th century. In the slow, mostly static shots of this film, which is clearly imbued with Kafkaesque motifs, Russian audiences will recognise a kinship with the early works of Alexey Balabanov, especially his film "Of Freaks and Men".