A personal film about a family of kestrels, living in the tower of an old village church in the south-west of Sweden. But also a bird’s eye view of homo sapiens. The purpose is not to show the life of the kestrel, but to get the audience to feel like a kestrel. In storytelling terms, Kestrel’s Eye has as much in common with an epic fiction feature film as with a wildlife film. The 23’ version entitled “Falcon’s Nest” is for children.