We are in Spili, a traditional mountainous village, 25 km outside Rethymno in Crete.
The film opens with a marble plaque on a wall that has the double-headed eagle which in Greece symbolizes the Church of Greece and a thank-you-note to the -then- Metropolitan of Lampi and Sfakia, Isidoros (also known as Michael) Rousochatzakis, for financing the building of the metropolitan seat.
We see the entrance of the Metropolitan building and then with a panoramic view of the whole structure. The filmmaker shows us views from different angles and a panoramic shot with the village’s houses and the foothills of Mount Vorizis, a part of Psiloritis that stands out in the background.
The view changes with visitors and a priest. We see one more panoramic shot of the place and the exterior area with cars of that era that are parked outside, while the visitors stand in the courtyard and admire the view. The lens focuses on a sign which is nailed to a tree and informs us that "Playground should be used by children under the age of 12" and then the filmmaker's company play on the playground using the swing.
The film closes with the group of friends who sat in a tavern and have lunch.