Landscape therapy is an intriguing form of complimentary medicine, in which patients are exposed to peaceful, relaxing landscapes – scenes that evoke calm and tranquillity, in the hope that it will help them recover. It is perhaps this practice that informed the actions of the British Government at the close of the Second World War. This short film is about how we hang on to beauty so that it might divide us from our grief. It contains scenes that some viewers may find extremely distressing. End quote by Stendhal.

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