Moni is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, is at the Nicosia–Limassol highway and is built on a small hill from which the visitor can have unobstructed view of the sea.
The film shows footage from the traditional buildings and the everyday life of the village.
In the footage we watch an alley, a house’s backyard with children playing, the selling of a hen by a street vendor, a child making bubbles, a smaller one looking at the camera with curiosity, a second backyard with an arbor, in the next shot an elderly woman stretches out her laundry and does garden work.
Then we see a contemporary house, while in the background we see a traditional house and the bell tower from the church of Agia Zoni which is located in the village.
An old man enjoys the sun sitting outside his house and wears a traditional scarf, some locals chat with the tourists, children play everywhere, the group of the locals and the tourists drinks a coffee in the traditional coffee house, on the walls of which has hung up posters of the political party AKEL, as elections were held in Cyprus in May 1981.
A small balcony of a house, a blooming landscape and a woman picks up her launrdy.