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The Dawn Wall

The Dawn Wall is a movie starring John Branch, Tommy Caldwell, and Kevin Jorgeson. In an unbelievable story of perseverance, free climber Tommy Caldwell and climbing partner Kevin Jorgeson attempt to scale the impossible 3000ft Dawn...

Other Titles
Durch die Wand, Dawn Wall: Wspinaczka po rekord
Running Time
1 hours 40 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Biography, Sport, Documentary
Director
Peter Mortimer, Josh Lowell
Actors
Tommy Caldwell, Kevin Jorgeson, John Branch
Country
USA, Austria
Year
2017
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In January, 2015, American rock climbers Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson captivated the world with their effort to climb the Dawn Wall, a seemingly impossible 3,000 foot rock face in Yosemite National Park, California. The pair lived on the sheer vertical cliff for weeks, igniting a frenzy of global media attention. But for Tommy Caldwell, the Dawn Wall was much more than just a climb. It was the culmination of a lifetime defined by overcoming obstacles. At the age of 22, the climbing prodigy was taken hostage by rebels in Kyrgyzstan. Shortly after, he lost his index finger in an accident, but resolved to come back stronger. When his marriage fell apart, he escaped the pain by fixating on the extraordinary goal of free climbing the Dawn Wall. Blurring the line between dedication and obsession, Caldwell and his partner Jorgeson spend six years meticulously plotting and practicing their route. On the final attempt, with the world watching, Caldwell is faced with a moment of truth. Should he abandon his partner to fulfill his ultimate dream, or risk his own success for the sake of their friendship?

Comments about biography «The Dawn Wall» (19)

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Sean Turner

This documentary is so powerful, and it has the added bonus of the same great music. The documentary is just that, an excellent documentary. It's a must see for everyone, and a must have for every mountain biker. The documentaries that they use to tell their stories are the same ones used in the movies. If you want to know what it was like to mountain bike, this is the documentary for you. I highly recommend this documentary to all mountain bikers.

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Christine Ross

I recently saw the documentary 'The Dawn Wall', on the Lifetime channel. The movie was narrated by Steve Reeves, who was a two time Olympic gold medalist in swimming. The documentary follows the two Olympic champions, Jeff Capron and Tim Montgomery, from their gold medal win in the 80's, to their decision to give up on the sport. They discuss their personal struggles, and how they both felt after the Olympics were over. The documentary covers the following topics: -The personal struggles of Jeff Capron and Tim Montgomery -The sacrifices they made to compete in the Olympics -The challenges of being a male swimming champion and also a male triathlete -The competitive nature of the sport, and how it affected their family life -The importance of their time as a champion and the loss of the gold medal The film itself is an interesting and interesting documentary. It is very well made, and it was a pleasure to watch. It is also an interesting look at the life of two of the greatest swimmers of all time, and the things that drove them to compete in the Olympics. I would definitely recommend watching this documentary. 8/10.

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Kyle P.

I am a baseball fan, and I don't have much of a problem with it. Baseball is an institution in the USA, and it is not fair that one of the most popular sports in the world is so largely ignored in documentaries. This documentary covers the rise of baseball in America, and the popularity of the sport, through the 1960's and 1970's. Baseball was played in an even bigger stadium in a city bigger than the US. The sport had a social purpose in America, and it is now gone. The baseball stadiums in this documentary are older and not as impressive as they once were. The stadiums were the equivalent of a minor league baseball stadium. This documentary is full of great baseball footage, and interviews with people who were involved in the game, and those who lived through the era. This documentary is not the best of the best, but it is a great introduction to baseball and how it came to be. I was surprised that the documentary is about baseball. It is not a sport, but a religion, and I think that this documentary shows how baseball was an institution in America and how it changed the world. I would recommend this documentary to anyone, even if you are not a baseball fan.

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Jeremy T.

A documentary about the controversial Olympic flame throwing event that took place in Sydney in 2000. It is a fascinating look into the athletes and their preparation for the event, and the inner workings of the organisation. The most surprising thing about this film is the documentary style, the editing, the cutting, the overall structure of the film. You can tell that the director, Derek T. Cohen, really wanted to make a good documentary. However, the film does not go into too much detail about the events, so we are left to imagine what really happened. I have seen documentaries that were better than this. It is also interesting to see the way the athletes and their families were treated. You see that the athletes were treated like a human being, and that they wanted to go to the Olympics for the right reasons. The athletes were treated with respect and dignity. It is hard to find a better way to approach this subject. Overall, this is a great documentary about a controversial event. It is very entertaining, and the documentary style is very good. It is a good watch for all.

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Madison

One of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It really captures the essence of the sport and the passion that the athletes share for it. I think the most important thing to take away from this documentary is the message that athletes should be treated with respect and they should not be ashamed to be an athlete. It is a very important documentary for those who love the sport of cycling. I would recommend it to anyone who is into their sports. The documentary is very informative and not too preachy. The documentary is well worth watching.

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Kevin Fuller

In the early 1930's, the US was still a country that was run by "the big boys" and not by "the little boys." The little boys were responsible for the end of the era of country and the beginning of the era of corporate America. "The Dawn Wall" explores the lives of the three presidents who made this possible. Each story is a compelling tale of a great leader who was overlooked, pushed aside, and then resurrected. The stories are centered on two presidents: Franklin D. Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy. The film has an amazing cast that includes Oliver Stone, the writer of the bestseller "Plutocrats: The Rise of the New Global Super-Rich." The film's director, Josh Singer, also directed the 2008 Oscar-winning film "The Pledge." The film features interviews with people from the White House, the military, the military industrial complex, and the banking industry. The interviews were done by members of the American Historical Association, who are a great source of information and insight on these important historical figures. The film is a fascinating look at a remarkable era in American history. This film will not be for everyone. Those who are not fans of history will not find the film very interesting. But those who are fans of the president, the military, the military industrial complex, or the banking industry will find it very fascinating. This film will certainly become a classic in the history books.

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Harold Mendoza

I have watched this movie more than 10 times and the last time I was looking for a good movie to watch I came across this. It is a documentary that tells the story of the men and women who are risking their lives to climb the Dawn Wall, a rocky mountain in Nepal, to prove that they can still climb it. The movie is filmed in 3 parts. The first is an overview of the Dawn Wall. The second is the actual climbing of the wall. The third part is the reaction of the climbers to their successes. The film does a good job of building up the tension, and it is clear that the men and women involved in the climbing of the Dawn Wall are in awe of what they are doing. They are also in awe of the people who are climbing them, as well. However, the film does not tell us anything about the people who are actually climbing the Dawn Wall. It is never clear who they are, what they are doing, or what their motivations are. The documentary ends with a question mark, implying that the film could be continued, but it does not. The film is an excellent documentary, and it is well worth watching.

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Denise Washington

I saw this movie at the South by Southwest Film Festival, and it's a very interesting look at the history of cycling. The director, Tim O'Brien, clearly has a passion for cycling, and the film is very well made. The film takes a look at how cycling is a very human endeavor, and how the sport has evolved from its origins in Europe to the Americas, to the rest of the world. O'Brien looks at the history of cycling, from the early days of the sport, to the new century. He also looks at the development of cycling into a sport, and how it has evolved over the years. He interviews several current cyclists, and they talk about their favorite races and the various ways they train for them. The interviews are really informative, and I found that many of them were very interesting. The film is also very well-done, with a very well-paced editing style. It's definitely worth seeing. The film will appeal to people who enjoy cycling, and to people who are interested in the history of cycling. If you are a cyclist, you will be interested in this film. I thought it was a very interesting look at cycling, and the development of cycling. It is a good film, and I would definitely recommend it.

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Kimberly

This film looks at the "Gothic" fashion of the 1920's and 30's, which many have discussed in a negative light. This film is based on a book by Alice Sebold. I have not read the book, but what I have read is a bit different than Sebold's depiction of the events. The film looks at some of the most famous and prominent celebrities of the time and their glamour. Some of the famous people are, in no particular order, Victoria's Secret, Diane Von Furstenberg, Princess Di, and Kate Moss. The film is not without it's flaws, but it is an interesting look at a time that I have not heard about and that I have not heard of. I would recommend this film to people who are interested in this period.

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Adam

One of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time. I didn't have a lot of expectations going into this one, but I was pleasantly surprised. The documentary is almost too long, and the interviews are not always the most interesting parts of the film. However, this is a well done documentary, and I recommend this one to anyone who is interested in the late great Joe Namath. You will find this documentary in the "In the Air Tonight" series on ESPN, and if you are a fan of football, you will enjoy this documentary.

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Lauren D.

I am a huge fan of the sport of ski jumping. I watched the documentary and I was not disappointed. It was very interesting. The documentary had the proper amount of drama, action and drama. The first half was very good, and then it started to slow down. There were also some parts where the music seemed to be too loud. I believe the music should be in the background, when needed. Overall, I really liked the film. I believe it is very interesting. I recommend it to anyone.

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Jane M.

This documentary is a must see for all, especially for American athletes. In the video, Dr. Steve Czekels explains how the time when the Americans won their first gold medal was so important for them to recover from. It is a perfect example of how the Olympics can be used to honor the people who are doing all they can for the country and the people of the United States. It is a perfect example of how a person can make a difference. The only thing that I would change is the length of the documentary. It is only 85 minutes, and it could have been a little shorter. I am sure that this documentary is very well made and well done. It is a great documentary for those who are interested in the history of the Olympics. You will not regret watching it.

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Amanda Patel

In his first film, the director/writer/producer of "Shallow Grave" and "The Village" takes a look at the modern day world of surfing and how it has been affected by the lack of a modern day "water park". The film is a lot more informative and interesting than the other two films and it's a lot more entertaining than "Shallow Grave" as well. The film is shot in a way that is very realistic and gives you an idea of what it's like to be a surfer and how they go about their business. The film also has some great interviews with some of the major players in the sport and also some of the people that surf in the world. The film also gives you a look into how surfing is more than just a sport and gives you a look at the people involved in the sport. It also gives you a look into the life of a surfer and what it is like to live the lifestyle and the struggle to make a living. The film is a lot more entertaining and informative than the other two films and it's a lot more entertaining and informative than "The Village". I recommend this film to anyone who enjoys surfing and wants to learn more about surfing.

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Amy G.

I saw this documentary on a local TV station. It was a very well done documentary and I was impressed with the quality of the documentary. I thought that the film was very well done and it showed the life of a very dedicated and hardworking man. I also thought that the documentary was very interesting and informative. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the life of an athlete.

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Jack P.

I watched this documentary on the anniversary of the Mt. Everest tragedy and it touched me deeply. What is so important about a mountain, when it is a sacred place, a place where we feel we belong. The way that the climbers and the Sherpas chose to face the mountain, the way they struggled to stay focused on what they were doing, the way they stayed together and did not let anyone walk over them. The sense of solidarity that the Sherpas had with each other. I hope that this movie gets distributed widely, because it will be a very strong statement for those who are going to climb the mountain.

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Virginia Martinez

My wife and I were so happy to see a documentary on the love and sacrifice of the Irish people in the early days of the sport. I loved the fact that the camera was off the car, instead of the usual static shot. The music was superb, and the editing was superb. I was very pleased with the documentary, and wish that more people had seen it. I am amazed that there are so few people who have seen it. I would love to see more films on this subject.

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Harry McDonald

I am not a fan of cycling but I do like to watch documentaries about it. This documentary is a great example of that. The film was made by a cycling enthusiast who has done his research and has written a book about the cycling community. It is a great insight into the cycling community and what it is like to be a cyclist. The documentary does not try to give you an inside look at cycling, but gives you a great insight into what it is like to be a cyclist. It is a great film that you can watch over and over again. The documentary is not about cycling, but it is about a community. It is about people and it is about cycling. The film is a great insight into cycling. It is a great documentary that you can watch over and over again.

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Bobby S.

This documentary is an outstanding and very well made documentary. It has an excellent production value and is extremely well edited. The documentary is extremely well done and it is not only informative but it also has a great message to convey. I was not expecting to enjoy this documentary as much as I did, but I did. The documentary has a great message and it is well done. I highly recommend it.

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Michael P.

The Dawn Wall is a documentary that covers the life and times of a former pro-wrestler who became a pioneer in the sport of wrestling and the sport of mixed martial arts. While at the height of his career, he became involved in the CIA and worked to assassinate Fidel Castro. He was shot and killed in a boxing match in Puerto Rico by two Cuban exiles. The film is based on his autobiography, The Night of the Dawn Wall. I liked the film and it covers a lot of interesting topics, including the history of mixed martial arts and the CIA. It covers a lot of interesting facts and is entertaining. While I did not enjoy the film as much as I would have liked, it is still a very interesting film. While it is interesting and entertaining, it is also a very sad film. It does show how the CIA tried to assassinate Castro and how the sport of mixed martial arts is often seen as a way for the CIA to get their man. It does also show the life of a former pro wrestler and the ways he used the sport to help his country. It is a sad film, but a good film. 7/10