Lifestyle: Horace and the Rough Stuff Fellowship is a story of adventurers. But it is also a history of cycling in Iceland.
In impressive pictures, Sebastian Doerk and Harald Philipp not only captured the rough beauty of the remote Atlantic island, but in their film they also skilfully trace how their journey came about. The template for this was the crossing of the island by the Rough Stuff Fellowship, a group of Scots. One of the participants leads through the film and also pays tribute to the pioneer Horace Dall, who single-handedly rode through Iceland in 1933.