“Falling for the Mountain... is falling in love with life itself. “ Peter Levitt, poet, translator
"Powerful, deep, important" – Wendy Egyoku Nakao, Abbot of Zen Center Los Angeles
"I've just watched your beautiful film and have fallen for your mountain."
– Naomi Ruth Lowinsky, Author, Jungian Analyst, Poet
"The film recollects profound feelings of connection to land in danger of being lost in our concrete and metal cities." – Barbara T Smith, Performance Artist
"How do you get up to the mountain? Are their stairs" – Maria, 8 years old
"It's like having a mint in your mouth" – Jonathan, 13 years old
This is the intimate and urgent story of a family that must come together to steward their ancestral home in the majestic Swiss Alps in the face of urbanization and climate change. The film follows the owners, the next generation, farmers and neighbors, all with deep ties to this open wild that asks for protection.