Edwin Drummond was known for his poetic writings, bold first ascents and urban protest climbs; such as his 1978 anti-apartheid ascent of Nelson Column. He combined philosophy, talent and a greatly individual approach to leave an immense physical and literary legacy. The film makes use of archive material, reconstructions and animation to take you on a journey through the mind and climbs of one of the greatest characters to ever grace the UK climbing scene.
"Ed Drummond was by turns imaginative and infuriating, brilliant but flawed. Few have got as close to unpicking his genius as Paul Diffley." - Ed Douglas (The Alpine Journal)