Film: A Sense of Wonder

A Sense of Wonder from Mathieu Le Lay on Vimeo.

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Mathieu Le Lay’s poetic film of the spirit of the mountains.  Filmed in the Dolomites, it embodies the emotion of the being out in the wilderness – soaring skylines and jagged peaks that refresh the senses; a vast silence and an invitation to enter into another realm.  The realm of nature.



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