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(3366) 7.2 74 min 2017

Mountain is a movie starring Willem Dafoe. An experience about the highest peaks around the world.

Starring
Willem Dafoe
Genres
Documentary
Director
Jennifer Peedom

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Jennifer Peedom
Writer Robert Macfarlane, Jennifer Peedom
Stars Willem Dafoe
Country Australia
Also Known As Η μαγεία του βουνού, Hora, Góra, クレイジー・フォー・マウンテン
Runtime 1H 14M
Description An experience about the highest peaks around the world.

Top reviews

Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 10:46

I have to say, I was pretty nervous when I first saw the trailer for this movie. I'm not much of a nature lover, but I had heard about the "Sierra," and wanted to see if it was any good. "The Sierra" is based on a true story of a group of teenagers and their mountaintop trek in the 1970's. The young people made it through the "Sierra" on their own. And even though the group was young and inexperienced, they did not quit. They continued hiking the Sierra until their leader was taken off the mountain to serve in Vietnam. He was an older man who wanted to do more than just hike. The young men of this group had a strong desire to reach the highest point in the Sierra. When the movie was over, I was very emotional. I thought that the movie was really touching. I was so touched by the young men's determination. I was so touched that the movie changed my life. I now use my phone as a generator. I can turn on and off and use it for anything. It's so nice that I can use my phone as a generator. My friend, who was the mom of a 12 year old, was so touched by the movie. She said that when the movie was over, she had tears in her eyes. I have to admit that she was right. It was very sad to see that she had been crying for weeks. The young men in this movie gave me an amazing sense of hope. The Sierra is a special place. It is beautiful and sacred. I hope that all of the young people out there who have to face life with a little bit of uncertainty, will be inspired by this movie. This movie is for anyone. It is a movie that will change your life. I wish that every person who sees this movie would go back to their community and find the support of their local youth groups and churches to start hiking. I hope that I have inspired you to go out and do something to make the world a better place. Enjoy the movie, and go out and hike!
Wednesday, 20 May 2020 19:48

My reaction to this film is pretty much the same as it was to THE WEATHERMAN. It's just so good! The very first thing you'll notice is that it's a dramatic film. The scenery is stunning and the cinematography is superb. You may be able to guess where this is going, but it's a really effective point. It's not just a film about climate change. It's an exploration of the effects of climate change on our planet, and on the environment itself. There's a lot of environmental stuff in it. It also raises questions about how much we should be doing about climate change, and about what might be the worst thing that could happen to us, which is if we do not take action and don't do enough. That said, it's very interesting. In the beginning, we get to hear a lot about how climate change is changing the planet. It's kind of disturbing, as there are some really disturbing scenes. The film does not try to answer all of these questions, but instead just focuses on what might be the most pressing issue in the next century, and how we can best respond to it. I think that's an important message, and I'm glad the film doesn't feel like you're going to be hearing a lot about this. It's something that will be in the next century and the next. It's also interesting to see that there are actually a lot of people who are worried about the consequences of climate change. The movie starts out with a lot of big name scientists, so you're going to hear a lot about the issue. But it's not just a big environmental issue. The film also touches on other big issues like hunger, health care, and how we can create jobs, and even about what happens if we don't do anything. It's a really interesting film that touches on so many topics, and it really takes the issue of climate change and how it will affect us and the planet very seriously. It's a really compelling film, and I think it's worth watching. I really enjoyed it.
Monday, 13 Apr 2020 22:52

I was fortunate to see a screening of this documentary in the University of Washington's School of Film and Media. I saw some powerful footage that was truly disturbing, but the core message that was delivered, on the ground, in a remote location in Utah, rang true. It was a personal and sad testimony of a very special place and an excellent documentary. The people of this community, including their leaders, had the courage to stand up and speak out about the unsightly number of homeless and ill people that were so desperately needed in their community. The film captured the needs of all these individuals in a very unique way, as if the film was directly addressing their needs directly. I was particularly touched by the interviews with the LDS Church leadership and a homeless man who offered the very, very specific request that he be allowed to speak openly about his experiences and the pain he suffered from living with a variety of medical conditions. He was welcomed to the LDS Church for the rest of his life as a "patron saint." It is a testament to the leadership of the LDS Church that the majority of these people are willing to listen and respond to the suffering of their community. They understand that their community is in need of help, and they are ready to help. This film has a very strong message and can be easily understood by anyone, who knows or is willing to learn about the LDS Church. There is no "shaky cam" here. The authenticity of the stories is incredible. It is not sensationalistic. It is a documentary that will leave you with an emotional reaction, if not a tear or two. This film is available for purchase on-line or on DVD. Go to the LDS Church's website and purchase the DVD. The films director, Ayelet Waldman, is also an LDS member.


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