L'acqua che non piove is a short film set in Tallinn, Estonia, and Pescara, Italy, that focuses on the relationship between three brothers and their bond with the house they return to each summer. Their close relationship with one another and their domestic and natural environment sparks a series of unforgettable experiences during an abstract summer.
Emanuele Cantò (Pescara, 1997) currently studies and works in Milan. He works mainly with video and photography, investigating the relationship between humans and their natural, domestic and cultural environment. He is currently doing a two-year specialist course in visual arts in Naba and conducting research on the limits of documentary making and the role of video art in the contemporary cinema system.