This beautiful short film was produced at the Estonian Academy of Arts in Tallinn. A woman travels across a flooded landscape from her sunken house and meets a tree with a face. They become friends and share an apple. From the attic of her house, she watches the tree, and attends to its needs, even knitting it a hat when it gets cold. This does not stop the rain from falling or keep the flood from rising. This strange and special film is complex and ambiguous, offering interesting potential for viewers aged 12-15 years. The themes expressed by the film are sustainable development/climate change, opening up a consideration of the relationship between humans and water in and around Europe, particularly bearing in mind the role of global warming. Indeed, the film demonstrates how the various realities of climate change can be stylized in an artistic project without an upfront explicit message. With this in mind, Shuma can work well in relation to some picturebooks related to sustainable development/climate change for this age group, such as Free The Lines and The Dance of the Sea [La Danse de la Mer].