The inspiring story of blind athlete Mark Pollock's attempt to become the first blind person to race to the South Pole.
At the age of 22, Mark Pollock, a young athlete and academic, suddenly lost his sight. He was plunged into darkness and depression but rebuilt his life over the next ten years.
On the tenth anniversary of his sight-loss he takes on the toughest challenge of his life in attempting to become the first blind man to race to the South Pole.
This documentary follows Mark for the year, throughout his training and his attempt to get to the South Pole. What unfolds is a highly personal, often emotional and ultimately uplifting story told against the epic backdrop of the Antarctic. OVER 50% OF EACH SALE WILL BE DONATED TO THE MARK POLLOCK TRUST.