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Excellent climbing documentary. Highly recommended.
Although not as compelling or spectacular as the documentary Chin and Vasarhelyi would make next, the achievement here is still awe inspiring and anxiety inducing in equal measure.
Intensely beautiful and haunting. Making this climb is one thing, but filming it while doing so is insane. These are incredibly talented men, and I enjoyed this b film immensely.
for a documentary, this story was put together really well
absolutely amazing camera work
interviews were great
a surprising amount of character development that you dont normally see in documentaries
some of the music and sound effects seemed unnecessary to convey the emotions they were trying to provoke
An interesting documentary and not quite as predictable as I expected. It surprised me because it's more like two documentaries fused by a middle section that shows how life can go on after near miss. Ultimately, the goals that elude resolution never really leave us. The film is visually interesting and gives a sense of really being there, offering the rewards without having to do all the work.
Gripping, powerful and poignant! An incredibly human experience shared by these three audacious adventurers. Highly recommended!!
Seen it twice now, still awed beyond description. Confluence of the feat and the lives of the three climbers is unbelievable but then ... it's actually true. Still cannot figure out how Chin and Ozturk got some of the shots. Don't miss it.
What drives these men? "Because it's there" merely scratches the surface. "Meru" may not answer the question completely - likely nothing can - but it is a thrilling, harrowing attempt.
Think I would have enjoyed this a lot more when I was younger, but I didn't because I'm middle aged and grumpy now. I'm sorry but afluent middle class bell-ends making up adventures to go on isn't brave, even if it is impressive. As for Anker being some sort of modern day hero, his best mate died on a mountain so he started shagging his widow?! Wow what a great guy!
A celebration of a rock climbing feat.