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Mountain

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

Other Titles
Hora, Góra, Η μαγεία του βουνού, クレイジー・フォー・マウンテン
Running Time
1 hours 14 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Jennifer Peedom
Writer
Jennifer Peedom, Robert Macfarlane
Actors
Willem Dafoe
Country
Australia
Year
2017
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

An experience about the highest peaks around the world.

Comments about documentary «Mountain» (6)

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Brittany

The first time I watched this film I found it difficult to understand. I had been searching for the film for days. I think my problem with the film is that the language of the English people in Turkey is foreign to me. I think the language of the children is spoken in a foreign language, but I couldn't understand what they were saying. I also think there are a lot of negative messages in the film. I don't know why. In any case I think it is a great film, and very touching. I would recommend this to everyone, especially to children, and I think it is a film that everyone should see.

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Virginia M.

A well-made documentary about a hillside community in Arkansas. For starters, if you go to the book site about the book, you will see the video was shot in the book, which explains a lot. The community is really nothing like the book. First, they have had just about every religious leader there for over a century. Second, they don't even have a church anymore. Now, some may point to this and say "this is how you get the missionaries to come" but if you have read the book, you know it was never that way. There are a couple of things I didn't like: the portrayal of the "rock" as an obsession rather than a sacred thing is not right. Many more things that were wrong but not enough to knock this movie down. It's really worth seeing.

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Andrew

This is a wonderful documentary about mountain climbing, especially those that are part of the movement that are kept from the public and media. I've been interested in mountain climbing for a long time, and this documentary is very insightful about that and their history and the people involved. I'm also very familiar with the sport of mountaineering, and this documentary is a great introduction to the sport. I also felt it was very informative about the people involved in the movement, from the politicians, to the people who work for the organizations and their employers. It's great to see the leaders, the stars, the heroes, the legend. It's fascinating, it's interesting. It's never boring, it's never boring.

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Mary J.

This is an excellent documentary about the challenges of integrating people from different cultures and seeing what happens in the other cultures after the first few generations. It shows the different aspects of integrating the kids in various cultures in a safe environment. Unfortunately, as usual, many do not follow through with it. In some cases, parents ignore the children's demands, other parents abuse and neglect their children, and the kids are alienated from their own cultures by different parents and other children. The level of abuse of children is quite high, and the level of neglect of children is much higher. The most important fact that shows that this is a serious issue is that it is possible to keep all the children's culture. People should understand that there is no "correct" culture to keep. The children may like it, but they may also like it when the parents just accept it as it is. For some parents, this happens to be a great deal of stress and trauma, but for others it is a major problem that hurts the children. The director and the reporter don't try to show how they solved the problem but show how they tried to work around it. The director points out a lot of good things and bad things. There are many good things. One is that it shows the parents' and the children's attitudes. The parents are loving, happy, but there is still a bit of anger. Children are loving, happy, but they have a lot of anger. The children feel rejected and alienated from their cultures. The reporter asks questions of parents and also of the kids. She shows how many children have done the same thing, but have grown up and they now see that this was not the worst thing. The reporter also shows how parents and children communicate. Sometimes the children are trying to do things without their parents. They don't understand why their parents do the things they do. She shows how the kids learn to talk to their parents without saying words. Some of the parents react violently, but others try to do something, or just say "Let's just do it" to encourage their children. Another important part of the documentary is the music, and it shows the different cultures that come together. Sometimes it's mixed with the music from the other cultures, and it's very fun to listen to. Overall, this is an excellent documentary. It has some serious issues that people should know about, but it also has some good things. This is the kind of documentary that you can watch over and over again.

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Howard

Well it was much better than expected. However, the film left me wanting more. Maybe this is because I do not know the authors of the books the film is based on. The film has also given me a new view of The Stooges, and many other iconic performers. In particular, we see Bruce Lipton, and Stan George, that I had never heard of before. I was not familiar with them, so this helped me discover them, and to understand their importance to the American film industry. It is a pleasure to see both these great people in front of the camera, and give their own testimony. I'm sure I will be seeing more films by this group in the future.

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Brian W.

This documentary is a rarity in today's socio-political climate. It combines a series of diaries written by a range of individuals to provide some insight into the daily lives of a range of different issues. This film challenges the conventional notion of a healthy relationship between parents and children. It is a must see for parents who are sick and want to make changes in their children's lives, and for parents who want to see change in their children's lives. This film is very engaging and thought-provoking. With the help of the medical professionals and the doctors, the film makers ask us to ask questions, to think about how we define our relationship with our children, and how we might be able to improve our children's lives. This film, in my opinion, is worth a look for parents who are sick, and whose children need their parents more than ever.