The shots in this 9.5 mm film dated 12 July 1959 are shot at child height. Little Andrea Balistrieri is one year old and learning to walk. His mother is assisting him and his father is kneeling with the camera. Andrea comes towards him, extending an arm with a bucket in his hand. Here is a family film topos. Scenes that are repeated from one family to another. The background, the period, the context change. Here we are in the Tuscan countryside, the Balistreri are guests of the Counts Antolini (so it is handwritten on the film box). It is a beautiful place to take the first steps and film what becomes, during filming, the staging of a future memory. We are in Bivigliano and at the abbey of Buonsollazzo, in the middle of summer. The filming is favoured by the 'good sun' that gives the place its name, an ancient monastery long since abandoned.