This film focuses on the Atlantic Pyrenees, at the bottom of the Ossau valley. The inhabitants of the hamlet of Aas there still communicate by means of whistling. Their people have long ago invented a unique whistling language. This venerable language -- the details of whose origin have always remained, and still remain, a mystery -- has, by today, almost disappeared. But, via this film, that language is reborn, thanks to the enthusiasm of some passionate Aas whistlers who perform in that language for this film.
Length: 52 mins.
Language: Other with English Subtitles
Director: Richard Martin-Jordan
Producer(s): Serge Houot
Distributor: Mara Films