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Smart, genuine, thoughtful film-making.
A riveting document of a unique industrial dispute.
An exceptionally absorbing documentary.
A documentary whose visual magnificence is more than matched by unforgettable characters and political urgency.
Rarely are documentaries as powerfully polemic and jaw-gapingly spectacular as Sherpa.
This film from experienced Aussie documaker Jennifer Peedom packs an emotional punch to match its awe-inspiring imagery.
In [Jennifer] Peedom's film we see a mountain that is both workplace and sacred site, integral to both the economic livelihood and the religious beliefs of the surrounding Sherpa community.
Through terrific nature photography from Renan Ozturk, Hugh Miller, and Ken Sauls, [Jennifer] Peedom has captured anew the wonder of Everest.
Cinema is full of representations of the landscape that inspire terror.... Jennifer Peedom's Sherpa is the most recent of that canon: it is a climbing film, an Australian film and a documentary about the deadliest day in Everest's history.
A prime example of right-time/right-place documentary making.
Jennifer Peedom delivers a fascinating mixture of local drama and globalised clash of cultures.
The result is an Everest film for thinking people that is both thrilling and exhilarating, a real must-see.
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