Summary : Howling winds, the foamy white sea and a few drifting isles...
Sunken cities and graves of gods. Ruins of worm-ridden fishing boats, torrential rain. The sacred waters of fountains or cursed waters of the Yeun Elez. Peaks of the Arrée Mountains, paths cutting through villages and cemeteries. The presence of death. The bodies of women... in flesh, in granite.
Mysteries and spells, martyred kings of the High Middle Ages, mosscovered statues reclining in death. Soot-stained fog, misty images, all so familiar to Yves Elleouët.
Two films recount his lige, from his birth on 8 january 1932 in Fontenay-sous-Bois to his death in the spring of 1975 in Saché, and his intense yet brief work composed of oils, gouaches, drawings and poems and his tales Le Livre des Rois de Bretagne and Falc'hun