We are at the archaeological site of Knossos, in Heraklion, Crete, Greece.
The film opens with views from the palace and a woman who sits in the ruins.
Afterwards, the filmmaker focuses on the piece of art "The Prince of Lilies" or the priest-king. It is a famous Minoan painting that was excavated in pieces from the palace of Knossos, the main renovated original artwork is now in the Archaeological Museum of Heraklion (AMH). A man stands next to it and admires it and then comes towards the camera.
We see panoramic shots and views from the north wing of the Minoan palace.
The view changes with two women standing in front of the mural "The Blue Ladies” which is part of a mural composition with female figures on a blue background, wearing luxurious clothes and rich jewelry on the neck, arms and hair as well as shots by the museum’s interior.
The film closes with one more panoramic view of the ruins and the west side of the palace with the warehouses and the large clay pots.