A film about Switzerland and the sea
From the top of its mountains, Switzerland seems to have a remarkable imagination to reach the sea ... With Jacques Voirol, one of the first Swiss sailors, and the historian Pietro Boschetti, this film travels through archives and at sea to understand how a landlocked country works.
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An old man tells us the stories of his first trips at sea on huge cargo boats during the war, while today a young naval officer prepares to embark on a brand new Swiss ship in Vietnam. Swiss boats navigating the seas, is it possible? The documentary takes us on a journey to better understand the mentality of a small “island-country” and the great imagination required by its everlasting quest for sufficiency.
|Zone||No zone. Readable on any DVD player.|
|Audio||Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS Stéréo 2.0|
|Subtitles||French, German, English|
|Languages||French, Swiss-german, Original language with subtitle|
|Production||Close Up Films, RTS Radio Télévision Suisse, Chez Eugène|
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