Alastair Lee, David Halsted
2005 - UK )
This anarchic comedy parodies the hard-core rock-jock mountaineering scene. Finally, a climbing film without any climbing or narrative, in this hysterical analysis of the modern climbing ethic. The onslaught of comedic sketches mirrors the achievements of our heroes. Features a battle scene, superheroes, villains, insane caricatures, short animations, and film parodies. Visually stunning, very funny and slightly risqué - an experimental climbing comedy falling off the edge. The film is composed of different shorts. One of them is a parody of Joe Simpson's Touching the Void ('Touching Myself').