1948. Jacques Cousteau, his wife and his two sons are living in paradise, a beautiful house overlooking the Mediterranean. But all Cousteau can think of is adventure. Thanks to his invention, an independent aqualung allowing divers to breathe under water, he has discovered a whole new world. Now he is willing to sacrifice everything to explore it. “Lambert Wilson is magnetic in this grandly lyrical dramatization of the legendary explorer-turned-filmmaker.” - Film Society of Lincoln Center.
French with Slovene subtitles.