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Edward James Olmos
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Francis Ford Coppola
James Earl Jones
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Francis Ford Coppola
I mean....with all those dry looking "Himalayan" pine trees....did no-one think of starting a fire... ? Can you build a shelter that good with dry powdery snow....? Why sit in it with all head torches and a lamp switched on? This movie is totally unbelievable from start to finish...Massive storms blowing in and no-one bright enough to take heed of the warnings....pretty ski wear...complete with poles and no-one looking in the least bit cold....Seemingly warm cosy night in the igloo..and endless energy expended climbing up and down massive mountain slopes. Salvation in a mountain village across the valley which it would have taken a week to reach...A very poor film....and as someone else has pointed out....an insult to Nepalese guides..
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