Farquhar Atoll – one of the most remote Outer Islands of the Seychelles, located in the middle of the Indian Ocean, not far north of Madagascar. A vast geological past lies behind this elevation of volcanic rock, creating a unique habitat for both land and marine life. However, a long history of commercial fishing and ecological exploitation overshadowed the fate of this incredibly fragile ecosystem for a long time. Luckily, in recent years, local authorities have started to protect it by implementing sustainable use practices. In 2016, a massive cyclone devastated the Island, its infrastructure, vegetation, and shallow reef areas, leaving it decimated. A long period of reconstruction paved the way for the first eco-tourists to return years later. Slowly, the ecosystem started to recover, the reefs continued to blossom and most endemic species returned, not lastly thanks to the implementation of strict fishing guidelines imposed on the guests visiting conservation measures, and scientific research. This film revolves around a community of anglers, who were fortunate enough to visit the island for the first time in over a year. When they arrived, they found themselves in a healthy ecosystem, vibrant, and teeming with life.