Peculiar architecture from the 60s and 70s, amongst beautiful landscapes. The buildings date back from the post WWII White Rush when ski was considered the future of French Alpine valleys and accompanied the boom of the middle class. Buildings sometimes the fruit of talented architects, sometimes just flying saucers that landed there. Climate is changing, many ski resorts are doomed, global ski economy will need to adjust. What will these buildings become? What will these valleys look like in a few years? Will the valley lose its soul as it is turning its economy towards rich foreigners who can afford artificial snow? The valley of Briançon, depicted here frozen for eternity in the 70s in some aspects, like postcards, to avoid the distressing questions for the future.