How's that for a title. Fiddler Aly Bain, comedian Billy Connolly and writer Andrew Greig celebrate the centenary year of Norman MacCaig's birth. In doing so, the trio set out on a jaunt to locate the elusive trout of the poet's favourite fishing spot, the Loch of the Green Corrie, 1,600ft up a mountainside in Assynt. Their quest was hit, however, by a massive overnight snowstorm at the end of May. Despite terrible conditions, the trio were determined to resume their fishing bid the following morning but, as Billy says in the film: 'Could Norman no' like Jamaica or something?' Indeed. Featuring contributions from Seamus Heaney, Liz Lochhead and Douglas Dunn.