Taylor and Harold are good friends and avid climbers. While climbing one day, they meet a man who it seems might be attempting to climb K2, the world's second-highest peak. Always pushy, Taylor bugs the man for a spot on the team, claiming that he and Harold are good enough. They may be very good, but K2 is a very tough mountain. Written by
Murray Chapman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Between the earth and the sky lies the sheer face of adventure.
Did You Know?
The New York production of "K2" opened at the Brooks Atkinson Theater in New York on March 30, 1983 and ran for 85 performances. Patrick Meyers
wrote both the stage play and the screen play for this movie version. See more
When the team are around 20,000 feet and complaining about the lack of oxygen, one of the characters says: "Welcome to the death zone." In fact, the death zone refers to the altitude at which there is insufficient oxygen properly to sustain life and this is generally accepted to be above 8,000m or around 26,000 feet. See more
I didn't make the world the way it is, Harold. I'm just trying to get through it, as fast and as clean as possible.
[after staring straight at him for 5 seconds
We ALL make the world the way it is.
Yeah, well, we know who made this.
[Taylor tosses his unfinished bowl of oatmeal into the pot and exits the tent
Referenced in Incident at Loch Ness
Written and Performed by Hans Zimmer See more