With the support of France Télévisions, CNC, Région Normandie, Région Occitanie, and Procirep Angoa.
In the very south of France is the cave where the skull of the Tautavel Man has been discovered.
More than 450 000 years ago, the cave would have been used as a "table trash can": the quantity of animal bones that still litter its floor testify to this. Lions, bears, reindeer, mouflons spawned around and drank from the river below.
2021. Around the river, here are now the humans of the post-covid era: vacationers, wine growers, archaeologists, workers and parking attendants.
Different visions clash over the occupation of this coveted place: a "water war" breaks out and the canyon become an agora.