A fisheries expert is approached by a consultant to help realize a sheik's vision of bringing the sport of fly-fishing to the desert and embarks on an upstream journey of faith and fish to prove the impossible possible.

Dr. Alfred Jones: There was a moment when I had everything, but... Well, now I don't know what to do.
Sheikh Muhammed: When the time comes, you will know.
Dr. Alfred Jones: I don't know anyone that goes to church anymore.
Harriet: I don't think I do.
Dr. Alfred Jones: On Sundays we go to Tesco's.
Harriet: Are you sure you won't have one
[a glass of wine]
Harriet: ?
Dr. Alfred Jones: At lunchtime?
Harriet: Dr. Jones, I haven't spoken a word of Mandarin in about four years so I am celebrating even if you're not.
Dr. Alfred Jones: I only drink alcohol on the weekend, and even then only after seven.
Harriet: No exceptions.
Dr. Alfred Jones: None that I can think of. Well yeah, I got married on a Friday but I think it was a, a, as I recall a bank holiday in Northern Ireland so I allowed myself, I think, a glass on a technicality.
Harriet: [She just stares at him]
Dr. Alfred Jones: That was an attempt at a joke miss Chetwode-Talbot.
Harriet: Oh! Heh-heh-heh. Right! Good one!
Dr. Alfred Jones: When things get tricky in my life, I talk to my fish.
Sheikh Muhammed: To faith and fish.
Dr. Alfred Jones: And science.
Patricia Maxwell: There are 10,000 fish. If you can hook one of them then you can f/ck off back to transport.
Brian Fleet: Anglers are crazies. You think Al Qaeeda are a threat, you can think again.

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