Steam Mountain


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

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

An experience about the highest peaks around the world.

Comments about documentary «Mountain» (9)

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Alan B.

I'm a huge fan of Dr. Phil, and I love this documentary. It is informative, it is entertaining, it is funny, and it is entertaining in a very entertaining way. It also has a lot of heart and a lot of truth. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who is looking for a fun way to spend a few hours with their friends. It's a shame that the DVD's are not on the DVD store shelves, but if you do find it, buy it!

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Aaron G.

This documentary is an excellent example of the kind of documentary that I enjoy. It tells a lot about the problems that the elderly have in our society, and also how society can help them. I was pleasantly surprised at the length of the film. The whole time I kept thinking that this would end at the first hour, and that's how much I enjoyed it. The last hour was just as good. I didn't expect it to end that quickly, and it did. I didn't want the documentary to end that quickly either. The ending was a bit too abrupt, but I suppose that is the nature of documentary. If I had wanted to get my money's worth, I would have waited for the DVD to come out. I think that's the best way to enjoy a documentary. I'm glad that they made this film, because it does show that the elderly are still having problems and that they are still a problem to the rest of the world. I think it's important to get out there and talk about the problems that the elderly have, and that is why I like documentaries like this. I'm not a doctor, but I have seen a lot of people in my life, and I know that there are many other people who have had problems with the elderly, and that's why this documentary is important. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the elderly or about their problems. I think that anyone who has problems with the elderly or about the elderly should watch this film.

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We went to see this film after reading the book "Killing In The Name Of" by David Lane. We were surprised to find that the film was so close to the book and even more surprised that the film was actually very good. The characters are a little cliched but that is to be expected with a book. The characters are very well acted and the cinematography is amazing. The filmmakers have done a great job in portraying the beauty and drama of the Australian outback. We enjoyed the film very much and highly recommend it to anyone who has not seen the film. This is a must see for any fan of the book or a fan of Australian film.

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Ralph Barnett

It is difficult to believe that this film is about a mountain. The film itself is actually about a girl in Japan, an American and a German who is trying to figure out what happened to their friend who disappeared some ten years ago. The film is extremely well made, and the Japanese locations, the story and the music are all very well done. It is also a very interesting story, and a very well done documentary. It is worth seeing, especially if you are interested in Japanese culture, but I don't think it is that well-known. I found it to be a very interesting and very well done film. I think the story was very well told, and it also makes you wonder what happened to the friend. It is a very interesting story. The film is worth seeing, especially if you like this genre of documentaries, or if you are interested in Japanese culture. It is a very good film, and I think it is well worth watching.

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I just watched this on Netflix. I was surprised how much I enjoyed this documentary. I loved the interviews with the hikers, the naturalist and the people who made the movie. It was well done, and the footage was great. I'm not a hiking expert, but I liked the film. I would definitely recommend this film to others. I think it was a good way to start a conversation about this subject. I would definitely recommend this documentary to anyone.

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Jeremy R.

I recently saw the film "Mountain" at the Tribeca Film Festival, and found it to be an inspiring and thought-provoking story. The filmmakers interviewed an array of experts and experts in the field of mountain climbing, from Sherpas to guides, and climbers themselves, and presented them with a variety of reasons why the situation at Everest was so dire. It was refreshing to see people who were willing to share their own personal stories of mountain climbing, and it made me feel a little bit better about the situation at the mountain. I found the film to be very well-made, and thought the production values were outstanding. The story was compelling, the cinematography was beautiful, and the photography was very well-done. This film definitely takes you on a journey, and gives you an insight into what it is like to be there, and to live there. It is a very realistic story of what the people at the top of the mountain go through, and it makes you feel like you are part of it. I hope this film makes a splash at the Oscars, because I believe it deserves it.

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It is not a 'documentary', it is an insight into one man's life, it is a story of his struggle to make it on his own and how he got there. The viewer is thrown into the story as the protagonist's journey unfolds. The film is shot in a way that lets you feel like you are right there in the middle of it. The dialogues are well written and delivered, the direction is superb, and the photography is excellent. This is an amazing film, and I am so glad I had the chance to see it. It was well worth the time. A definite recommendation for all. 9/10

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Kimberly W.

It's pretty easy to see why this film was released at the same time as 'The End of the Tour' (2015) - the pair are the culmination of the music world in the 1980s. One was the first to put a video cassette into the home (and onto the MTV family channels) and the other to make a documentary about the 'found' music world. But that's not all, the documentary really is the pinnacle of the music world, where many of the biggest stars in the 1980s had their first careers and the stories of how they made it all work. The documentary is very well made and will stay with you long after you've seen it. The interviews are very well done, especially with those who made the music. The music is not only fascinating but also inspirational, inspiring those who made it all work. If you want to see how the music industry became what it is today, this documentary is the perfect companion piece. 9/10

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Steven Palmer

I saw this film at the Melbourne Film Festival. The fact that it was a well-made and interesting documentary was impressive. The filmmaking was superb. The actors were excellent. The music was amazing. The use of photography was well done. I was really impressed by the story, the pace, and the way the film was shot. I can't really say much more without revealing too much of the film. I can say that it is definitely worth seeing, especially if you're a fan of the work of Kevin Macdonald, or a fan of documentaries. There is some information about the film that I'd like to mention. The first part of the film is devoted to talking about the process of making the film. It includes some interviews with the director, and with some of the actors. It is very informative and insightful. I can't tell you how much I appreciated that. The second part of the film is devoted to the filming of the film. It is interesting and informative. The footage is interesting, and it is well filmed. I can't say how much more I'd like to say about the second part of the film, but I'm sure it would be very informative. I could go on and on, but I don't want to give anything away. I highly recommend this film. It is a good, well-made, and interesting documentary.