Romain Delahaye, a.k.a. Molecule, is a composer of electronic music who has come up with a madcap plan: to spend five weeks aboard a fishing trawler to write a new album. He hopes that a few storms will help unleash his creativity. Searching for sources of inspiration, he sets up a mini-studio in his cabin and explores the ship’s nooks and crannies, recording the various sounds. The skipper of the Joseph Roty II and its crew, on the other hand, are preoccupied with catching fish in the icy waters of the Irish Sea. As the holds begin to fill with blue whiting and an album takes shape, the captain and composer Romain fill out their daily logs. Their different views on the ocean intertwine, creating an unexpected meeting of music and fishing.
|Production||Bruno Florentin, REAL PRODUCTIONS|
|Sound||Dominique Dallemagne, Henri Puzillout|