A documentary that portays the life of a young British climber whose parents ignore his passion for climbing. After a dream about climbing he goes to climb one of the most difficult routes in Wales, on the spectacular Quarryman Groove.
Welshman Alun Hughes used to be a mountain guide. He made his first film, Stoney Monkey: Portrait of a Rock Climber, in 1988, winning the Trentino Sport prize at the TrentoFilmfestival in 1989. He specialises in programmes and documentaries on outdoor activities and his works have been successful at a number of international film festivals. His most recent productions include Dringo I’r Eitha’ (2008) and From Nowhere to the Middle of Nowhere (2000).