In 1985, two young climbers, Joe Simpson and Simon Yates, set out to be the first to reach the summit of the Siula Grande in the Peruvian Andes. The peak is reached, however on the descent Joe falls and breaks his leg... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Kelly W (es) wrote: I loved it! It was very interesting to watch! Its good to know whats really going on.
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SV G (fr) wrote: I enjoyed this story of two sisters with issues in their own lives working together to oversee a nursing home with quite an interesting cast of characters. Uplifting story without being too saccharine. Great performances by Orla Brady and Hayley Atwell as the two sisters and a very nice supporting role by Vanessa Redgrave.
Simon G (ca) wrote: A tasty movie! Great entertainment
Donna F (us) wrote: I'm biased toward this sappy movie. I love Robert Downey, JR.!
Kay P (de) wrote: A good movie, showing what people will do to keep themselves in clothes and food. It's hardly objectifying of the women don't feel objectified, in fact they play off of it and take your money while doing so. It's rather like watching a movie based on Journey's Don't Stop Believin'. Sweet and sassy, a coming of age tale and a show of facing your fears and finding love in unexpected places.
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Tommy A (fr) wrote: i was quite disappointed by this film, it's visually top notch but in my opinion it was a weak follow up to the first avengers film