40 Days at Base Camp

40 Days at Base Camp

At 18,000 feet above sea level and over the course of 40 days last Spring, documentary filmmaker Dianne Whelan immersed herself in the challenging and captivating world of base camp at Mt. Everest. With spectacular footage of the mountains’ landscape as a backdrop, 40 DAYS AT BASE CAMP is an intriguing and intimate portrayal of three climbing teams and their journey to the peak.

"I don't know anything about mountaineering!" laughs first-time climber Bagyashree, as her expedition leader shows her how to use an oxygen mask. Like a beehive with no queen, Everest Base ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


40 Days at Base Camp torrent reviews

Tommy D (ag) wrote: Blue Jasmine is a remarcably well directed and acted movie, even though something is missing in the screenplay.This film misses some substance.

Tina R (fr) wrote: watching this right now

Alex F (gb) wrote: Strong atmosphere but weak storytelling and plot with few scares.

Elliott B (ag) wrote: Okish animated western with voice of Johnny Depp!

Noah F (ca) wrote: An intense drama that declares war on morality with its beautifully filmed scenes of character study and development.

Eklektik E (nl) wrote: Throughout the film I hoped that they would reach the top like any cheesy fictional film would do. But I learned to let that go and simply enjoy the fact that these kids determined to try what most people told them they couldn't do at all and they did it, not just for reasons of self-pride but out of a love for each other. They let go of their negative self-perceptions, held onto their cohesion as a group and went beyond their own expectations. This then helped them in their professional pursuits in the future--I was especially pleased with Tashi's success at the profession he chose. I don't know why but I was most concerned with him. All in all--excellent film.

Kirsty B (br) wrote: Awesome movie, attitude and skill

Bryson J (ag) wrote: A Very Fun Music Video

Antonio P (nl) wrote: I love this movie! I hope it comes out on Blu-ray!...

Dean M (it) wrote: This epic action-martial arts is technically superb, with bouts of expertly choreographed swordplay and Maggie Cheung is so funny as one of the best Hong Kong's talented actresses.Every movement is "balletic" in the sense of being graceful and streaming. The inclusion of "traditional period-piece music" in the scenes was euphonic. The special effects were dazzling. The cast is indeed talented, how many people out there can actually do both acting and being athletic.

Manny C (ca) wrote: An actual Indian movie made by Indians for Indians, how about that. Anyways, this feature from director Mehboob Khan is quite the artistic triumph. This is a movie that stays with you no matter what language it's in.

Benny B (br) wrote: 'While the City Sleeps' is an effective piece of entertainment that externalizes America's fascination with serial killers. It plays as more as a social commentary rather than crime thriller, giving an incisive look at media amidst murder investigation, while producing full complex characters that intertwines their own personal problems and motivations against with danger. Though, I don't approve of the cheap shot about comic books, (which would have probably added to the social hysteria of the time) the film's aesthetics seems to contradict this, reflecting that of a pulpy, B-movie nature.

Adam T (br) wrote: - Solid film with great individual performances (particularly Christian Bale) but the 'self-made man of spurious origins' scenario is a little bit tired and while Bale's character is engaging and fun, his betrayal of those around him undermines his supposed loyal integrity. Amy Adams has never been sexier though!

Archie G (ca) wrote: This film was both rubbish and stupid. Why are these people drinking wine all the time ? If I was rich enough, I would buy all the wine in the world and destroy it all so that nobody has to sit through a film like this again. P.S it isn't funny

Amanda E (fr) wrote: Loved the movie when I was a child and I still love it.