In the heart of the mediterran sea lays the twenty square kilometer island Antikythera. At the moment the island has about twenty inhabitants, who live there during the whole year. Most of them are men in their late 70s. Besides the question if the civilization lasts, my intention with this series is to present a view that highlights an unusual way to live in contemporary Europe. For that I followed their daily routines, portrayed them while they went hunting and fishing and experienced the monotony of everyday life, interrupted only by the erratic arrival of the ferry, coming from Piraeus or Crete to deliver essentials like drinking water, petrol and also alcohol and tobacco.