Once upon a time, people made things with their hands: beautiful cane fishing rods and exotic salmon flies. Hardy’s did this the best and were loved the world over. Adored by royalty, maharajas, and film stars, they employed an army of craftsmen, made their movies, and brimmed confidently. But globalization means their heyday has long gone. Do we mourn the loss of the handmade? Could it reflect a deeper need in our everyday life? A documentary by Andy Heathcote and Heike Bachelier celebrates quality, the longevity of the craftsman’s hand, and the essence of angling.