The film opens with cars stuck in the snowy streets of Pindos in the prefecture of Karditsa.
Snowball fights and teasing between the filmmaker and his friends until they put the snow chains on to the cars’ tires to continue their journey.
The snow chains were placed and in the snowy landscape Metsovo emerges as it is perched at 1,160 meters on the slopes of Pindos.
Views of the traditional settlement with its characteristics that are in harmony with the natural environment and the stone walls of the houses that go upwards all along the road.
A stop for a purchase of local products and the wandering in the village continues in its serpentine alleys. We watch the fashion of that time with the famous bell-bottom trousers, the narrow mid-length jackets and coats with the big collars.
The lens stands on the traditional stone houses with the enclosed balconies and then views and details of the facade of the Tositsa Mansion (Folklore Museum).
The film closes with night shots of the snowy road and the passing vehicles on it. The inscription "Long live April 21, 1967" (the 1967-1974 dictatorship) can be seen on the street’s side wall.