Benjamin, a winemaker, sees his wife die in his arms following a long illness. There is only one solution for him: death. But a young Japanese woman, coming specially to taste his wine will gently bring him to mourn the death of his wife through a series of symbols and exchanges between two cultures.
Slony Sow became a director after a few years of acting in theater and in many TV movies. In his movies, he develops serious themes treated with lightness and shows a commitment to noble fights as the clandestines (Sigi So) or tolerance (Monsieur Bleu). The main theme he treats in his short films is love: lost (“L’homme de la boite”), desired (“Confesse”) or destructed love (“Peripherique Blues”).