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A war photographer returns home to Montréal to discover that his two partners have left him to be together. Alone in the city, he photographs what he sees, trying to heal both his war memories and a broken heart.
This film shows a wonderful portrait of Cardiff as it stands today. Scenes shot around the city (in particular the newly developed Bay area) are displayed along with the music of the incredibly talented John Cale as performed by Wales big stars (Catatonia, Big Leaves, Manic Street Preachers). If you know Cardiff at all then this is the film to watch as it shows the city without over glamourising it but still portraying it's beauty. Added to this is commentary in the beautiful Welsh language...my only question is when will they release the soundtrack and video?
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