We are in the settlement of Agia (Santa) Marina on the island of Kasos, the southernmost Greek island, in the Dodecanese complex in the Aegean.
The filmmaker records a newlywed couple at the entrance of the church where together with the best men, bridesmaids and close relatives pose for the commemorative photos.
We watch the floor’s traditional construction technique of the courtyard area that is made out of pebbles.
The guests and the musicians are waiting at the exit of the church’s precinct. The violinist and the lute musician precede, followed by the newlyweds but also by all the guests in a procession that walks in the alleys of the village.
We notice on the bride's bodice the gold jewellery but also gold bracelets, wedding gifts from the relatives. Along the way, we have the chance to admire the traditional buildings.
We watch the bell tower and part of the church of Agia Marina as well as people who enter the precinct.