Two siblings, one spell, wounded landscapes and an inevitable departure. "To Vancouver" is a short chronicle of a disappearing act in the times of the new Depression.
A teenage girl, in an every day routine, takes the same old bus from her house to the beach and back again, on her back she carries a small container in which she collects fresh sea water. When she comes back in the house the door closes behind her, leaving us confronted with the closed door. During the movie we will witness this daily route, we wont have a glimpse of what's going on inside the house, not until the last moment.
A dystopian workplace at the Perama shipyard. A ban on physical contact has turned human interaction into otherworldly simulations. The suppression of touch has alienated the workers communication transforming the boatyard into a charged landscape of alienation and repressed sensuality beyond stereotypical heteronormative desires. According to local legend, the Persian King Xerxes watched the overwhelming defeat of his fleet from his throne on the rocky peaks of Mount Egaleo, in today’s Perama.