- Release Date: December 21, 2007
- Run Time: 1 hr 30 min
- Rating: PG - extreme sports action and brief language
- Director: Mark Obenhaus
- Genre: Art House/Foreign, Documentary
Synopsis: Starting in the 1970s in the mountains above Chamonix, France, skiers began to attempt descents so extreme they were almost suicidal. Men like Anselme Baud and Patrick Vallencant were inspired by the challenge of skiing where no one thought to ski before. Now, two generations later, some of the world's greatest skiers pursue a sport where the prize is not winning, but simply experiencing the exhilaration of skiing and exploring big, wild, remote mountains. The film asks the essential question at the heart of big mountain skiing: How does a skier weigh the risks versus the rewards of a sport where the possibility of dying is ever-present?