LES FALAISES DE L'OCEAN
France / 2000 / 25'
Ball's Pyramid are the highest cliffs in the world, protected by the Unesco that has included them in the world's partimony to be guarded. These rocks are a paradise for the marine fauna, the birds and the fish, because they are situated seven hundred km away from the Australian coast in the middle of the Tasmanian sea. Three climbers attempt a landing under difficult conditions and climb the cliffs disputing with the birds the smallest place to sleep and the minimum hold for climbing.