- Director: Oakley Anderson-Moore
In 1970s America, the legends of free climbing start out as young outcasts who didn’t want any part of a respectable American dream. They want to create a world for themselves where the ultimate self-expression was a climb to nowhere. Up was down, poor was rich, and what everyone else found meaningless was worth dying for. With 16mm archival footage of their daring antics and vagabond lifestyles, as well as campfire interviews with John Bachar, Henry Barber, Ron Kauk, Lynn Hill and more, see how these young rock climbers created a Utopia out of risk and innocence.