Narcissus returns to his place of birth intending to sell the house where he grew up. But the place strangely captivates him. He passionately falls in love with a young woman, Persefone, who is marked by the ancient myth of Hades. But the lovers appear to be trapped within a web of inexplicable events. A wondering saint with a bloodied robe and an old church that is in the process of renovation compose a strange journey into mystery and self-knowledge. Everyday people who experience events in the raw, in their archetypal poetry, to find the meaning that shines inextricable inside them. The Sacred River is a magical trip from the psyche to the psyche. A trip to what is not visible.
“The rain would not stop, I was soaked, shaking, but did not move. I was standing there, still, looking at the sack with the bones that rattled strangely. Small torrents on the ground were uprooting Trees and shrubs and I was thinking about the oracle “you will find them on the day it rains…”