Director Toa Fraser (THE DEAD LANDS, GISELLE) follows world champion freestyle skier Jossi Wells on his quest to understand what it really means to be free.
Tested to his limits and pushing his body further than ever before, Wells is the vehicle for Fraserís intense philosophical meditation on extreme sportspeople, risk, life, death and flying.
In Fraserís typical genre-defying style, THE FREE MAN is part-extreme sports documentary, part-mountain adventure and part psychological and spiritual exploration.
Framed as a search for the elusive meaning of freedom, the film explores questions like: what is fear? Is it with fear as our soulmate that we find freedom?
" A rare insight into the story of men
who push themselves to the point of no return"
" A spectacularly shot and thought-provoking glimpse
into the world and psychology of extreme sports"