Othrys: the inactive orchestra of the universe steeply looming and eerily imposing, as though God bestowed all His blessings on this mountain. In a remote corner of its female soul, where the untainted fragrance wafts in the air like a caress, light as an angel’s feather, in a mountainous embrace full of dense fir trees, runs the crystal water, furrowing the earth. Home to Nymphs born in caves and deeply rooted stalactites — a geophysical wonder — stands the Water Cave. Does the surrounding verdant valley want to clutch it close to its breast or hide it?
There, close to the mouth of the Water Cave, a girl discovers love in the face of a man she bumps into. She gets intoxicated by gods’ acrid myrrh which shows her that she lives in another world. It’s so strange that this becomes the meaning of life that seeks to unite them!
Mika Mavroyiannis composes the chords of love where the heroine gets lost…only to find a better self.