Nid Hei Cho
A remote alpine farm in central Switzerland can only be accessed by cable car. This is where Anna Arnold lives. She speaks about her late husband and his passion: poaching. Toni Arnold, the neighbour, tells the story from his perspective. The voices unite in a kind of dialogue and give insight into the tension and fears, the misfortune and mourning, that the families of poachers are exposed to. The film is a fresh approach to an old topic.