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Storm and Sorrow (1990)

Not Rated | | Adventure | TV Movie 22 November 1990
Fact-based story about the US team who attempted a climb on Lenin Peak in 1974 with a focus on climber Molly Higgins.

Director:

Richard A. Colla (as Richard Colla)

Writers:

Leigh Chapman (book), Leigh Chapman (teleplay)
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Complete credited cast:
Lori Singer ... Molly Higgins
Todd Allen ... Garry Ullin
Marcia Cross ... Marty Hoy
Jay Baker ... Robert 'Bob' Strand
Ágnes Bánfalvy Ágnes Bánfalvy ... Alvira Shativa
John David Bland John David Bland ... Jeffery 'Jeff' Low
Steven Anderson Steven Anderson ... Douglas
István Fazekas István Fazekas ... Vladimir Shativa
Dezsö Garas Dezsö Garas ... Ijon Gripenriter
John Gowans ... Robert 'Bob' Craig
Scott McGinnis ... Robert 'Bob' Craig
Brian McNamara ... John Marts
Tom O'Brien ... John Roskelly
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Fact-based story about the US team who attempted a climb on Lenin Peak in 1974 with a focus on climber Molly Higgins.

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Adventure

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 November 1990 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Aufstieg in den Tod See more »

Filming Locations:

Austria See more »

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Color
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A Lifetime movie of the week. Lackluster and typical.
1 October 2016 | by marigold_baySee all my reviews

I watched this expecting little and receiving even less. 1970's feminism with Farrah Fawcett screen time thrown in. Tough girl with big heart pursues difficult sport to prove something. The main characters female co-hort went between used, underhanded, sneaky and best friend. Because, you know, women never really pull for each other unless they are foreign and speak little English, as seen in last third of movie. Long blown out hair and perfect skin made this even less than a movie about mountain climbing in some ways. I was just endlessly reminded that it was a TV movie, and that makes any movie hardly worth interpreting.


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