The marble mountains are a well none Buddhist spiritual place located near the historical city of Hoi Han in central Vietnam.. The area is famous for their pagodas and for the making of marble sculptures, the marble originally came from the actual mountains but it is now imported from China to protect what is left from the mountains. There is many shops in the surroundings selling these statues, which are made in the so-called ‘marble village’, a vast era regrouping a great variety of workshops.
This subjective environmental cinematic documentary is focusing mainly on man made belief, men create statues and put them above them self, looking up to them, as part of a cultural and religious conviction. It highlights also marble as a living form, a metamorphic rock, which is part of evolution.