places, hitching rides, having very little belongings, a drained bank account and some gourmet dumpster diving for food. I climbed everyday and lived my dream. These days I'm a domesticated man. By most people's standards I'm still living in the ghetto with my 1988 beater car and trailer-like house. Each day I find time to escape to the nearby rock spires and bag a summit. Making this creative short I realized that I still live my dream everyday...!" [Renan Ozturk]
Azadi Freedom:The crew travel into the mountains surrounding the Gulmarg Ski Resort in order to capture the aesthetic beauty of the landscape and the livelihoods of a people eager to dispel the stigma that Kashmir is a dangerous place to travel. The film singles out the colorful and iconic local characters within the skiing culture of Gulmarg and conveys their passion for the mountains. By allowing the Kashmiri people to show where they are from and significantly, where they are going, the essence of what Kashmir means to it's people and what it can mean to the rest of world is articulated. As foreigners with relatively little experience or understanding of Kashmir, expressing the temperament of post-war Kashmir is best left to the locals.
The area is an an altiplano littered with boulders and crags nested at 4200 m of elevation under the Tuzgle volcano. The movie illustrates the daily life of the group in this unexplored wonderland. As days fly by, they realize that the true value of their discoveries is way beyond their expectations... One of the best bouldering destinations of South America has been unveiled. Starring with Nina Caprez, Mike Fuselier, Axel ballay, Nicolas Badia, Sébastien Boussogne and Julien Nadiras.