Touching the Void
Documentary • R • 2003 • 1 hr 46 min
Incredible. Best re-enactments I’ve seen. Unbelievable survival tale.
This movie is one of the most harrowing true life survival stories ever told, leaving you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end
Incredible story. Its crazy stuff like this happens!
One of the most amazing stories told in a doc. The recreation is a little touch and go but overall the story is so unbelievably watchable
A thrilling & captivating documentary that tells an unbelievable true story of survival with an impossible choice, would you do the same?
Brilliant adventure drama, absolutely gripping all the way through. Must see movie
This unbelievable story of survival is also one of the best documentaries of all time.
Gripping and well-told true story that needs to be seen to be believed.
One of the most gripping and intense documentary of survival and intense will to live - very well shot and re-enacted
A story only made believable by the fact it happened. That said, the documentary style stopped me enjoying it too much
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