At the beginning of the first episode, the helicopter flies around the stunning cliffs of Møn, where a fossil collector searches for fossils on the traces of the last ice age.
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We continue to the offshore wind farm off Rødby, the soon 250.000 will supply households with electricity. From here the route runs through the Danish South Seas. People live here, who realize their lifelong dream on the small islands: Gitte Sørensen came from the mainland eight years ago as a nurse, today she lives from her own small goat farm. Claus Holm runs a special kind of catering service. He transforms the seaweed on his doorstep into haute cuisine creations, who are looking for their own. After a detour to Grenå, the journey leads to Elsinore and Copenhagen. In the Danish capital, Kristine Ingevall works as a lifeguard at Havnebadet: a public swimming pool in the middle of the port.
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“Baltic Sea” say the Swedes, “west lake” the Estonians. “Great Baltic” is the common term, which connects the nine countries around Europe's largest inland sea. Knapp 95 percent of the coastline now belongs to the European Union, but the differences from country to country are huge. Breathtaking Cineflex helicopter footage shows life on the Baltic Sea from a whole new perspective. Originally developed for military reconnaissance purposes, the Cineflex camera enables flawless HD sliding zoom and completely new perspectives from the helicopter.
A film by Heike Nikolaus
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