In a Portuguese dormitory town, an invisible moon eclipse is about to happen. An observational comedy about the pleasure of looking, in a place where there is seemingly nothing to look at.
Nicolas Bouchez (1997) is a Belgian filmmaker. He studied film directing at INSAS in Brussels before entering DOCNOMADS, a Creative Documentary Masters Programme between Lisbon, Budapest and Brussels, where he graduated in 2021 with his film “Nothing To See Here”. Through a minimalistic approach, he explores with a playful eye the relationships between people and urban landscapes.