The film ”BOHUS COAST - a moody paradise" (1:41 h) is a nature documentary seeking the soul of the northwest coast of Sweden during four seasons. The movie takes the viewer on a kayaker's personal voyages and experiences in the unique coastal landscape.
The focus is on animals and nature, but there are also historical reviews about the herring runs and the quarrying industry that have characterized the rugged coastal landscape, and whose trails are still visible. Meetings with crayfish and lobster fishermen, scientists and others who have nature as a working field give a different picture of the coastal life than the one that holiday makers meet in the summer. Waste in the sea such as plastic that ends up on the shore and other environmental threats are important elements. The film wants to inspire the viewers to their own discoveries and increase knowledge of the rich landscape.
”Bohus Coast" is special in its genre. The ambition is to create a presence and a true sense of nature by sharing the perceptions of the visitor's encounters in the coastal landscape. No music is imposed, instead the sounds from birds, winds and waves play the main role to enhance the feeling of nature.