By Rommi Smith, performed by Godfrey Jackman.
Enraged by the diggers and workmen who are carving up the land where he was born and raised, Mountain makes a stand against the developers - determined to sit it out on the hillside until they force him to move.
He eyes the workmen with suspicion and fury, allowing his anger to spill into racial prejudice as he sneers at the 'foreigners' who have 'invaded' his territory.
Still mourning the loss of his beloved wife Vera, he cannot be separated from the mountain - it is deep within him.
Confused and lonely, his powerlessness and personal despair is fuelling a dangerous racial hatred.