I Believe I Can Fly (Flight of the Frenchies) is a documentary by Seb Montaz that follows Montez and his group of friends as they travel the world highlining and baselining (walking a tightrope across two very high points and jumping with a parachute from a high building or natural formation). From the cityscape of Paris to the fjords, to the Alps, this stunning HD film provides breathtaking views of nature and a front row seat to terrifying leaps of faith that could make your head explode (especially if you are afraid of heights as I am). The film is both gorgeous and provocative, infusing a bit of the edgy rock and roll attitude this group of friends possesses. It is clear they have deep ties; they trust each other with their lives. The adrenaline rush alone is contagious to the viewer as the heavy breathing and wide-eyed expressions are caught with great expertise by the HD cameras strapped to the jumpers’ heads.