Edda and Nora are sisters, seeing each other after a long time on the occasion of their decrepit mother’s death. The action takes place in Edda’s old, isolated manor house, located in an unknown island. The bizarre, the scary and the comical coexist in harmony, revealing this unusual family’s biography.
It’s a bad-weather day, with the wind raging outside. Storm and gale, however, also sweep our heroines’ souls. Forgotten hatreds, court disputes, property claims and, in the spotlight, a collection of valuable paintings, increasingly poison the atmosphere in the great hall. This is a tennis match between two equally qualified and cunning opponents; they say things other than what they mean, maneuver, distort the truth, but still manage to communicate superbly.
The words that are uttered are only a pretext; they are air, wind talks. Two cats also assist the development; another possible image mirroring.