Cristina is a ordinary person. She is 40, has been married for 15 years, housewife, naturalist guide and has always been fond of mountains and climbing. After 10 years climbing the mountains of Valle d'Aosta she started free-climbing with great passion and commitment to training. She is not interested in the sport performance, she only wants to be absorbed by her “world”, pondering over her athletic gestures, the efforts of her movements, the aesthetical sense of climbing and the surrounding nature. My Revers idealises Cristina’s climbing “world” in a video. Cristina loves Revers, a small alpine village in Val Grisenche: in its surroundings there is a beautiful rock with the most aesthetic and difficult routes of the Valle d'Aosta. Cristina has a detached way of living her passion, but she searches in her vision and dream whose “purpose” makes her happy - climbing in freedom.
Valerio Folco worked as a helicopter pilot in the alpine rescue team and for the Civil Protection of Valle d’Aosta, but he has also been a high mountain alpine guide since 1992. He has climbed for twenty five years and today he is one of the outstanding worldwide figures in artificial climbing of big rock walls, having made more than one hundred ascents (ED and ABO) on the whole alpine arc. As a director he shot several documentaries, including: Big Stone (1999), Yosemite (2002), Game Over (2004), Dentro La Bolla (2004), B.A.T. (2004), Professional e Free Rider (2003), La macchina del Tempo (2006) and My Revers (2007). He participated several times in the TrentoFilmfestival.