A group of children are taken on a trip to the beach. At one point, when they are out of the adults sight, they discover a stranded porpoise. It is dead. They open it up.

“I want to work with how nature effects the children and Anna´s state of mind. Nature has set the stage for what is to happen. A Porpoise has been washed ashore, and now its waiting, tempting them to push a boundary. The nature also represents a room. Another context with other rules than at home, or in a school, or in a city. A place where it is allowed to be dirty and eat with your hands. It seems as if the moral boundaries gradually is shifted while you are there.“

 

- Camilla Figenschou

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