In the small Fijian village Naiserelagi lies a catholic mission built in the late 19th century. It is famous for its mural painting by the french painter Jean Charlot. Charlot painted a black christ with representants of both major ethnic groups of Fiji, who are very unlikely to cooperate, worshipping him. The painting furthermore consists of some important symbols of each ethnic group. Much less known is, that at the time Father Wasner, the tour director and conductor of the Trapp Family was a missionary in this same church after the world success of the family and before being appointed directly to the Vatican. I visited the church shortly after the cyclone Evan destroyed large parts of Fijis main island and the film reflects all three sentiments during my visit - the inter ethnic relationships, the naive vision on Austria in the Sound of Music and the destructive power of storms.