This may just be the greatest thing on the Internet. I actually got through it on my first try, but that in no way does justice to its inherent genius.
In case you don't know, Brian Blessed is a god who currently walks with us. He's best known for his huge performances (literally and figuratively) in most of Kenneth Branagh's films (Exeter in Henry V was particularly good, and a world away from my friend Mary's version when I did it*), and parody of the same kind of role in the first series of Blackadder.
But he's also been in Cats -- the only reason a sane person would /see/ the damn thing -- and donned eye make-up and a dress for a spot of high camp in Doctor Who (possibly the highest camp** ever in the series, and a thing of beauty to watch***).
AND he's climbed Everest three times, though not to the top, along with successful attempts on Kilimanjaro and Aconcagua.
I think the perfect film would involve him and Robbie Coltrane arguing over something. Anything.
*Well, it would be, wouldn't it?
**Sontag's article is not without its problems (she makes a direct link between camp and homosexuality (natch) that's troubling to say the least) but it is the /first/. And like everything she writes, intelligent and insightful.
***So, yeah, the 1980s.