Between Sky and Sand
In the north of Russia, far beyond the Arctic Circle, on the shore of the White Sea, on the Kanin Peninsula, there is an amazing settlement. The houses in it, almost to the roofs, are covered with sand, and the streets are somewhere deep under the sand dunes. From a distance, this village can be mistaken for an abandoned one. But people live there. The film tells the story of the dramatic transformation of Shoina-a thriving fishing village-into a dying village, almost completely buried in the sand.