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joe eisen 4 months ago
Thriller. Edge of your seat story. Life & death scenario.
Dominic Dirupo 6 years ago
Must watch for would-be and non-would-be mountaineers
Josh Steadman over 6 years ago
Oh wow, quite the story and a real one at that! I definitely recommend this.
Nick Fenton 7 years ago
Real good
Rowan Humphreys over 7 years ago
An epic story
Brendan Keevers 8 years ago
A documentary, but a wild journey. So vivid is the storytelling, you feel like your there.
qwe over 8 years ago
Neil Cooke almost 9 years ago
Astonishing story & beautifully filmed. This blew me away.
Pieter Peach 9 years ago
The Boney M moment had me on the floor
Joaquin Heye over 2 years ago
Justinas Jarukaitis almost 3 years ago
D A over 3 years ago
Gerald Cohen over 4 years ago
Zan over 4 years ago
Josh Persky over 5 years ago
Laura Reitel almost 6 years ago
Emily Wigley 6 years ago
Stephen James Hughes over 7 years ago
Vincent Roth over 7 years ago
Touching the Void is a 2003 documentary film based on the book of the same name by Joe Simpson about Simpson's and Simon Yates' disastrous and near fatal attempt to climb the 6,344 metre (20,813 foot) Siula Grande in the Peruvian Andes in 1985. Both climbers successfully summit the previously unclimbed West Face of Siula Grande in Peru. Simpson is injured during the descent after falling, resulting in a badly broken leg. The pair decide to lower Simpson with the help of ropes on the steep snowy slope, while an enormous storm rages on. Yates cannot see where he is lowering Simpson and the latter eventually drops off a cliff and is suspended by the rope in mid-air. Yates arrests his fall, but does not see the predicament his partner is in nor hear him because of the severity of the storm. After about an hour, Yates realizes that there is little chance of recovery from this situation for either of them and he makes the decision to cut Simpson's rope. After surviving a subzero and stormy...
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