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North Face (original German title: Nordwand) is a 2008 German historical fiction film based on a famous 1936 attempt to climb the Eiger north face. The movie portrays an attempt in 1936 to summit the Eiger via the north face by two competing climbing teams. The more prominently featured pair of German climbers are Toni Kurz (Fürmann) and Andi Hinterstoisser (Lukas) from Berchtesgaden. (Berchtesgaden is now widely known as the location of Hitler's home throughout that decade.) They have got leave from the German army in order to make their attempt, falsely claiming one of them is getting married and the other is to be Best Man. They are portrayed as being more interested in mountaineering than in the current politics of the time. The competing team of Austrians who eventually team up with the German team are portrayed as hoping for a Nazi-led incorporation of Austria into Germany. A major subplot involves a principled young newspaper employee (and hometown friend of the German climbers...
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