The Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic are among Europe’s most remote regions. A unique culture has developed here over the past millennium. And the islanders are as diverse as their natural surroundings. Committed to their tradition, they nevertheless appreciate the benefits of the modern world. A few of them also question old customs, such as whaling. We meet a well-travelled singer in her home village, an underwater photographer, a sheep farmer and a bird egg collector on the cliffs that tower 100 m skywards.