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Watching the film is a quietly mesmerizing experience, along the lines of the Popol Vuh soundscapes in Werner Herzog's Aguirre, the Wrath of God.
It's the chill grandeur of his images, and the mystical note in his rueful conclusion, that will linger in your mind.
A spooky, entrancing archive doc - newly restored, with an eerie, magical score by Simon Fisher Turner.
A spellbinding tale about the limit of human endurance and the savagery of mother nature.
Crazed human endeavour existed in 1924, and here's the amazing document of an early attempt to reach the top of the world.
In one moment, the mountain itself appears flickering and dream-like, coloured the red of dried blood.
The sequences in Nepal before the climb, of daily life among the Sherpas and their families, are of rare and magical ethnographic value.
The BFI's restoration does justice to a high-altitude tour de force.
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