Curon, the South Tyrolean village, is submerged. The bell tower rings. The Giuseppe Verdi Symphony Orchestra of Milano is also on the stage. With this show, OHT has become well-known and turning into one of the most interesting research theater companies in Italy. Triennale Milano Teatro brings Filippo Andreatta's work to Milano stage, in order to remember the historical South Tyrolean story of 1950 - the year in which the town of Curon stopped breathing, submerged by the valley water. The work gravitates around a continuous overlap of images and sounds. The sounds are inspired by the music of the composer Arvo Pärt: in fact the continuous ringing of the Curon bell, the first symbol of the passage of time, recalls the style of the clinking identifying the Estonian musician's sound and - at the same time - it accompanies the images of the alpine landscape. Thus Triennale Teatro Milano audience slowly sinks into the show, enchanted by OHT’s work.