We are in Black Creek Pioneer Village, a journey back in time as everything there has frozen in the 19th century and specifically the village is inspired by the 1860s.
We see construction works in one of the buildings and two women who are visitors with their children. A watermill a little further down, an olive oil mill, a grocery store, all exact replicas of that time. Women dressed in traditional dresses and vintage hats cross the street, a carriage shows to young visitors the sights of the village and into the distance we see the civilization as a decor. We pass through a wooden bridge and meet an English-style country house.
The filmmaker puts his head into the pillory jokingly, and two ladies feel gigantic as Shakespeare's house and some other (miniatures) barely get past their hips.
Black Creek Pioneer Village opened in 1960, is located in Toronto's North York district and overlooks Black Creek, a branch of the Humber River.