Dawn is breaking. A group of men on horseback are riding toward the
horizon. They ride in single file toward a destination we can’t see.
Slowly, the light reveals the landscape: in the middle of a green plain
there are jutting smokestacks spewing smoke, this is where the
horsemen are headed. In Ottana, in the middle of the Barbagia desert,
during the early 1970s a sort of industrial pole was created that had
devastating effects on the environment. These horsemen share the
same destiny as the many workers who every day are swallowed up
by the industry.