An amazing 6 minute short film for Johnnie Walker whiskey featuring Robert Carlyle walking the hills of Loch Doyne in Scotland recounting, in full detail, the story of how the Scottish farmer turned his product into the world famous brand it is today. Other than being great story, it was filmed in one continuous shot. The Walk begins with a sole bagpiper playing in the highlands, with a backdrop of mist and smoke. Robert Carlyle walks into the picture and tells the piper to “shut it” before launching into his 5 minute narration of the Johnnie Walker story. Along the mountain track Carlyle interacts with a range of props, picking up and putting down glasses and bottles of whiskey, passing a highland cow and even a bank of television screens.