We are in Chania, a coastal city of northwestern Crete, which has one of its most important ports and is the capital of the prefecture of Chania.
The film opens with footage from the market. We see shops, cars of that era and people who come and go. A woman gets out of a car and the filmmaker focuses on a slogan on the wall that says "Only Eirinaios”, mentioning the then metropolitan bishop of Kissamos, Eirinaios.
The camera shows a tavern with two groups of friends and then views of the municipal garden. We see the lush green landscape and the lake that is full of ducks and swans. The filmmaker focuses on the magnificent birds.
The film closes with two women holding a baby in a stroller and walking in the municipal garden.