Documentary from award-winning Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami. The film comprises five segments, all focusing on the ocean. The first sequence focuses on a piece of driftwood on the shore as the waves slowly approach it, threatening its existence. For the second segment, Kiarostami sets his camera up behind the boardwalk, with the beach in the distance, as people make their way in and out of camera range. The third part is back on the sand, watching a group of stray dogs interact, forming their own private society. Next, the subjects are a group of loud ducks that cross in one direction, then the other. Finally, the last scene is filmed at night and features frogs and other animals making noise as the moon peers through the clouds, a rainstorm approaches, and the water in a pond glistens.