Set against a backdrop of stunning scenery this feature-length documentary film sets out to tell the story of a select group of volcanoes
through the mouths of those who live in their shadows ... from the benefits reaped to the destruction caused.
Home to the largest concentration of volcanoes in the world, Iceland is geologically unique,
sitting directly on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge the land is slowly being ripped in two by the earths tectonic plates.
Known as the land of fire and ice for her volcanoes and glaciers this tiny rock in the middle of the Atlantic is one of the most volatile places on the planet.