Annonces sketches the portrait of seven women who reflect on the same theme. Their points of departure are the announcements to Hagar, Sarah and Mary as told in the Old Testament, the New Testament, and the Koran. Their thoughts spread out and weave a new web, drawing strands from their associations and interpretations of these texts. By talking about their own history and their personal myths, they probe subjects such as the birth of the image in the Christian world and of poetry in ancient Greece. Annonces is a film about the movement of thought, the power of words, the secret of the voice, and the seduction of the image.